I’m new to CUDA and I’m having some issues getting it set up.
I have the relevant toolkits, SDKs, and developer drivers installed and CUDA 3.2 works just fine. I’ve been using Notepad++ and running nvcc from the command line and that works, so I know have some very basic CUDA knowledge.
But I’m not a C++ programmer, I know some basics but I only do .NET at my job so the transition is weird. When it comes to linking to other libraries, including Win32 and DirectX, I have no idea how to do that from a command line environment since I’m so used to Visual Studio.
I have Visual Studio 2010 Professional and Visual C++ 2008 Express installed. My OS is XP Professional SP3. Can anybody help me get CUDA set up in either one of those? I thought NSight might be helpful but it doesn’t seem to work on XP. I found a ton of tutorials/blogs on the web but it seems they’re all out of date (either for VS2005 or CUDA 2.X) and none of them made enough sense to me for me to try adapting to 2008 or 2010 on my own.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.