The short story:
I’m using Eclipse as my IDE under CentOS (Linux) and trying to set a breakpoint in my CUDA kernel. Has anyone done this succesfully?
The long story:
I’m building a mex file for Matlab that calls into a CUDA kernel. I’m able to break in the mex code fine, but not into the CUDA kernel. My build looks like this;
(TARGET): (CUDA_SRC) (C_SRC)
(CUDAPATH)/bin/(NVCC) -g -deviceemu -D_DEBUG -DEBUG (LIBPATH) (INCPATH) (LIBS) -Xcompiler ‘-fpic -shared’ -shared (CUDA_SRC) (C_SRC) -o $(TARGET)
So I do have -deviceemu set… I’m not sure why its not breaking.
Anyone have any comments / ideas?
Hey, same problem here. Did you find out how to put breakpoints in kernels with eclipse?