[LLVMdev] Anyone knows CUDA LLVM support or source code that I can play with

Justin Holewinski justin.holewinski at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 10:48:35 PDT 2012

At the moment, the open-source components are limited to the NVPTX back-end
for LLVM, included in the LLVM Subversion repository.  This allows you to
compile LLVM IR into PTX assembly, and load it with the CUDA Driver API.
 This back-end is a snapshot of the internal NV back-end as of around May.

There is limited CUDA parsing support in Clang, but you would need to post
to cfe-dev to get more information on that.  I'm not sure who is working on
that, but that component is not from NVIDIA.

On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 5:28 PM, Daniel He <csdhe.geek at gmail.com> wrote:

> Nvidia previously announced open source LLVM CUDA compiler but now
> I couldn't find it anywhere. Can anyone help me to point out where
> I can download source code for playing with?
> Best Regards,
> Dan
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