Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2012 20:07:48 +0400 From: "Elijah [W&P]" <smarteam.support@...il.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: nvcc -o for win-builds No I didn't tried to make a makefile target for win32 I was just lurking through sources and tried to compile some "modules" to see if it's actually possible. But I'm hoping for win32-cuda version to become a reality :) >$ nvcc -c -Xptxas -v -arch sm_10 cuda_common.cu -o cuda_common.o >cuda_common.cu >tmpxft_00001908_00000000-3_cuda_common.cudafe1.gpu >tmpxft_00001908_00000000-8_cuda_common.cudafe2.gpu >cuda_common.cu >ptxas info : Compiling entry function '__cuda_dummy_entry__' for 'sm_10' >ptxas info : Used 0 registers >tmpxft_00001908_00000000-3_cuda_common.cudafe1.cpp >tmpxft_00001908_00000000-14_cuda_common.ii Success :) But when it comes to solving those "include" mysteries I'm afraid I'm not the right person to help correctly >$ nvcc -c -Xptxas -v -arch sm_10 cryptmd5.cu -o cuda_cryptmd5.o >cryptmd5.cu >c:\cygwin\home\elijah\john\_cuda\src\cuda\../cuda_cryptmd5.h(10) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'stdbool.h': No such file or directory As to the patch - here it is with explicitly set -o for all cuda-related stuff On 1 July 2012 18:13, Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> wrote: > On Sun, Jul 01, 2012 at 12:26:45PM +0400, Elijah [W&P] wrote: > > As I can see (at least for -cuda targets) not every nvcc operation has an > > "-o" option > > But if you are planning to make versions for windows "-o" is needed > because > > "nvcc $(NVCC_FLAGS) cuda_common.cu" will give you cuda_common.obj > instead > > of cuda_common.o and "mv cuda/cuda_common.o cuda_common.o" will fail. > > Can you make and post a patch for that, please? > > Are you actually building our GPU stuff on Windows now? Any success > with that (after the fix above)? > > Thanks, > > Alexander > Content of type "text/html" skipped Download attachment "nvcc_cc_o.diff" of type "application/octet-stream" (4938 bytes)
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