In looking to try out a build of Rosetta so that a researcher in another
department can try it out on a large memory resource we have here, I
noticed, because I ended up looking at this file, that there's a stanza
that appears to allow for compilation against a CUDA toolkit.
As I am not a Rosetta user but an implementer, I was wondering if there's
a simple test/demo that I could try out, if I build such a variant, which
would be an Ubuntu 10.10 (GCC 445) with NVIDIA_GPU_Computing_SDK-4.0.
Just to say that I grabbed the full 3.4 bundle but there doesn't appear to
be a demo with anything akin to CUDA in the demo directory names, nor has
a search within the forums for "CUDA" turned up anything useful either.
On a second resource I look after, I have access to the PGI compiler suite
and was wondering if anyone has tried to compile Rosetta using that?
Presumably it is "just a matter of adding a stanza for pgiCC and choosing
the optimisation flags", for some value of "optimisation flags"?
Any pointers welcome,
Kevin M. Buckley
ECS, VUW, NZ.