CUDA with D?
lutger.blijdestijn at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 03:47:30 PST 2009
Chris R Miller wrote:
> I looked into OpenCL, which appears (at first glance) to be a funky way
> of stringing together assembler instructions using C function calls.
> I'm sure it's fast, but it's not the most friendly looking code to me
> (then again, I don't know ASM, so what do I know?)
It's at a higher level than that, basically shaders for more general purpose
parallel computation BUT: the OpenCL runtime is supposed to take that code
and load balance it over whatever processors it can find in your system,
GPU's, multiple cores with or without SIMD instructions, whatever.
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