My app depends on some dlls from the Boost library.
Ordinary Visual Studio debugger starts just fine. But Nsight->Start CUDA Debugging hangs with message citing missing dlls. I’ve tried putting them everywhere one might think a dll would live.
Any suggestions appreciated
This looks like a “dll search” error, could you tell us more about your project, like
- Is it a single or multi projects solution?
- project type, exe or dll?
- which dll is missing in error message.
As the windows dll search policy, put all the 3rd dlls into the same folder as the exe will resolve this issue, but I think nisght may also has some issue, could you provide your project if it doesn’t contain any confidential content?
I am not Ronald, but have the same problem.
I created project in Qt (with pro file), then added support for cuda and run qmake as
qmake -tp vc
for creating vcxproj for visual studio project (vs2015).
In VS for debugging I add option in Project->Properties …, then choose Configuration Properties->Debugging and set Environment as
So, now I can debug qt application. But if I try to run
Nsight → Start CUDA debugging (legacy)
I have got messages about missing dll’s (Qt5Gui.dll, Qt5Widgets.dll, etc.)
So, is it possible to run night debug in this case?
Thank you very much. I set path from bat-file as in
i.e. my bat file is as following:
and all works