I just started learning about CUDA development. I downloaded the latest CUDA SDK and installed it. I have VS2019 Community. I created a new CUDA project in VS and compiled it with no issues. However, the Error list shows an E0029 Expected an expression error on the third ‘<’ character in the following statement
addKernel<<<1,size>>>(dev_c, dev_a, dev_b);
This is an Intellisense error, not a compile error, so it ultimately has no effect on the outcome of the code, but I have come to rely on Intellisense pointing out mistakes I make before I compile, and so this kind of error grates on my sensibilities. Is there a way to make Intellisense learn of this CUDA-specific construct and not report it as an error?