I wonder how i can use several dynamically allocated arrays in the shared memory.
After some googling i found the following solution
extern shared int s_d1;
shared int *s_d2 = &s_d1[num_el_in_s_d1];
where one has to pass the total size of the shared memory to be allocated as a third argument in the kernel.
However if I perform this then I get the following error message:
error: initializer not allowed for shared variable
Is there a standard way to do this? How does this change if one includes shared arrays of different variable types?