Also posted this on the Mac OS forums, but I guess this one has much more visibility and as the problem doesn’t seem platform related, I repost here for a faster answer
I’m trying to get an imaging problem writenn in c++ to work with some CUDA kernels to see if I can get a decent speed up. However, I get that infamous “error: support for exception handling is disabled”. Now, I know that I have to append --host-compilation c++ to the nvcc call, but I’m completely incapable of finding where to set that up in eclipse. Been googling for hours now, and despite always ending up in project options, I can’t see where to give compiling options to nvcc compiler, only find gcc/gcc++ ones.
Hopefully someone around here is better versed in Eclipse than me and can give me the solution.
Thanks in advance,