I am trying to use your wizard, but I can errors when creating a new CUDA project. I am using Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit), Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition, and CUDA 3. When I try to create a new project (File -> New -> Project…), I select CUDA64 and then CUDAWinApp. I browse to my project directory and give it a name, click “OK”, then click “Finish”. I get the following errors.
Err source: CreateCustomProject
Err source: OnFinish
Then the new project wizard pops up again. The folder that I created from the failed attempt is present, so I need to choose another project name this time. I tried to create another project, this time removing the check from “Precompiled header” but that gives me the same errors.
This is a fresh installation of VS2008EE. What should I do?
This is the vcproj file that it creates. Is the problem that the VS2008EE doesn’t install the 64-bit compiler, or something silly like that?
That very well might be the problem. If I change the configurations from x64 to Win32, VS opens the project without any trouble. However, I have another issue. When I want to add a source file, there is no option to add a new .cu file. Is this normal?