Conda and Visual Studio integration

to simplify updating cuda I tried using conda instead of the manual installer.
Conda does not seem to add packages to the path, so I added nvcc and compute-sanitizer manually to it.
But Visual Studio does not seem to be aware of the installation. I have the nsight integration extension installed in visual studio.
What additional steps would be needed to use cuda in visual studio, e.g. for debugging? How do I make my system aware of all the cuda toolkit applications I installed using conda?

Thanks in advance.

Hi, @r.g.tuechsen

Can you build cuda sample in Visual studio now ?

I wasn’t able to get it working using conda, so I switched backed to installing cuda maually. I can live with that. But thank you for asking.

Good to know. Thanks !

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