[Rcpp-devel] OpenACC, Rcpp and RStudio on Windows
manu.hamel at gmail.com
Tue Jan 23 05:24:34 CET 2018
For the moment, I compile the GPU code with Visual studio 2015 to make à
DLL, and then I call it from R. It is the only solution I found for the
Le 22 janv. 2018 11:19 PM, "Dirk Eddelbuettel" <edd at debian.org> a écrit :
> On 22 January 2018 at 22:59, Emmanuel Hamel wrote:
> | First, I would like to say thank you because you spend time answering my
> | questions and you are not paid. I appreciate a lot. I will take a look
> | seriously at OpenCL. I am mainly interested in "non-implemented
> | operations". I also think that the problem is related to the fact that it
> | is "difficult" to make a link between Rtools and nvcc compiler. I have
> | looked at many R packages for GPU and a lot of them do not seem available
> | on windows. Finally, If you find the solution of how to integrate easily
> The Windows toolchain issue is a problem. We are fixed at g++-4.9.3 for
> | OpenACC and Rtools in the future, let me know. I think it would be great
> | have a "RcppOpenACC" package. This would enable developers to create
> | flexible code in C++ (CPU and GPU at the same time!).
> I looked a little at OpenACC after you first asked as the topic seems
> interesting. From my casual browsing it seems my machine (where g++ is
> g++-7.2 here on Ubuntu 7.10) already has it -- newer g++ included it.
> On Windows you will be constrained. Maybe at some point with a newer
> 10 you can cheat and use the Windows Subsystem for Linux (or whatever it is
> called). In the meantime, just use AWS, a cheap laptop, or some other
> It is good technology -- use it, make a business case and use that to get
> your corporate windows-only constraint relaxed. At least one can hope...
> http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com | @eddelbuettel | edd at debian.org
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