I installed CUDA toolkit and NSight for Visual Studio 2019. I trying to debug a c++ file from a learnopengl(.com) project (4.advanced_opengl__9.1.geometry_shader_houses). So the Visual Studio Project has to be built with Cmake for vs2019 or it doesn’t build. So I have in Visual Studio under the Extensions menu item Nsight which I can now start a CUDA debugging session. I placed a breakpoint by opening the geometry shader and setting one inside main() of the .gs file. The debugging session does start however there seems to be a warning that states that “symbols are not loaded for the file”. Is there some way to get the breakpoint to come on so I can open some watches on some .gs file variables?
(My card is a Nvidea GTX 1060 I do have some type of drivers installed to that effect showing in Device Manager.)