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Is it possible to debug a GPU code with Eclipse ? [message #894362] Sun, 08 July 2012 17:37
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Hello,

Is it possible to debug a GPU code with Eclipse ? (by GPU code, I mean OpenCL on both AMD or Nvidia, but also CUDA on Nvidia and Brook on AMD)
If yes :

  1. Is it possible to profile a GPU code with Eclipse ? (as the gprof eclipse pluggin enables it)
  2. Is it possible to check the coverage of a GPU code with Eclipse ? (as the gcov eclipse pluggin enables it)
  3. Is it possible to track memory leaks of a GPU code with Eclipse ? (as the valgrind eclipse pluggin enables it)


Does anybody have some clues, informations, web links or even tutorials related to the subject ?

Thanks,

FH

PS : I am not sure to have posted this question in the right place. I assumed the "Device Debugging" DSDP forum was a good start to begin (as GPU is considered as a device) but I had no answer. So I try to post this question on this more generic forum.
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