Oh! OK, thanks.. well that kills that idea. :o(
On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 05:12:42PM -0400, Stanley Seibert wrote:
I too am looking forward to trying this out, but it is important to
note that this feature is limited to compute capability 3.5 devices, none of which have
been released yet...
On Aug 17, 2012, at 4:36 PM, andrew cooke <andrew(a)acooke.org> wrote:
> At http://developer.nvidia.com/cuda/cublas
> *New in CUDA 5.0* Device API that can be called from CUDA kernels
> Which I take to mean that it is now possibel to use CUBLAS while using the
> Driver API.
> Meanwhile :o) at
> it says, while explaining why PyCUDA doesn't dupport CUBLAS:
> PyCUDA is based on the driver API. CUBLAS uses the high-level API.
> So... have you noticed this? Have you found any more information (I can't
> find anything on CUBLAS 5 although I've got CUDA 5 installed and running)? Do
> you have any plans?
> I am not sure PyCUDA will need to do anything - it looks like I can simply
> call CUBLAS from a kernel - although I guess you could auto-generate simple
> kernels that wrapper each call.
> Most of all I'd like to find more docs. Anyone?
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