Calling Kernels from .cpp files ?

Hi Experts,

          In most of the SDK files, kernels are called from host functions in .cu files.           

Is it possible to call kernels from host functions in .cpp files…!..? O:)

Thanks in Advance,

karguvel

Using the runtime API, it is not possible. If you want to launch kernels from plain C or C++ code, you will need to write a wrapper function inside the .cu file which other code can call.

Thank you :teehee:

you cannot call directly kernel function in *.cpp file because the calling instruction must be compiled by nvcc (nvcc use for compiling *.cu file) so you have to

create a function (in *.cu file) to call the kernel function (let say that is buffer function). In this way, you can call this buffer function as a normal function.