Create options for compiling for CUDA. Unless you need to change paths to libraries/headers, or change the debug level you will probably not need to directly use this. However, it's potentially useful to see what is being passed to the compiler.
dust_cuda_options( ..., debug = FALSE, profile = FALSE, fast_math = FALSE, flags = NULL )
Arguments passed to
Logical, indicating if we should compile for debug
Logical, indicating if we should enable profiling
Logical, indicating if we should enable "fast maths", which lets the optimiser enable optimisations that break IEEE compliance and disables some error checking (see the CUDA docs for more details).
Optional extra arguments to pass to nvcc. These
options will not be passed to your normal C++ compiler, nor the
linker (for that use R's user Makevars system). This can be used
to do things like tune the maximum number of registers
--maxrregcount x). If not
NULL, this must be a character
vector, which will be concatenated with spaces between options.
An object of type
cuda_options, which can be passed into
dust as argument
dust_cuda_configuration which identifies and returns the core CUDA configuration (often used implicitly by this function).
tryCatch( dust::dust_cuda_options(), error = function(e) NULL) #> NULL