[cfe-dev] clang-tidy and CUDA

Jonas Toth via cfe-dev cfe-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Jul 3 04:58:27 PDT 2018


Please give more information how you use clang-tidy on your CUDA files.

There are currently no cuda specific checks in clang-tidy. I dont
program CUDA that much, but doesnt the CUDA compiler specify some extra
attributes and types in order to compile the device and host code?


Am 02.07.2018 um 23:29 schrieb Richard via cfe-dev:
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> In article <a8b5d138-3a78-de72-181a-5271fec64a47 at eyen.eu>,
>     Jakub Klener via cfe-dev <cfe-dev at lists.llvm.org> writes:
>
>> is it somehow possible to specify source file extension for clang-tidy,
>> can it for example parse ".cu" files? Is there some support for CUDA in
>> clang-tidy? I ran it on my CUDA source file (which I have to rename to
>> ".cc" file because otherwise clang-tidy could not find it), specified
>> -D__CUDACC__, and it found error: unknown type
>> name '__host__' [clang-diagnostic-error].
> Are you using a compilation database or a command-line?
>
> Either way, more information about exactly how you are invoking
> clang-tidy is needed.  AFAIK, clang-tidy doesn't care about the actual
> filename.



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