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Hi all,

I have placed a preliminary version of Inline::CUDA at https://github.com/hadjiprocopis/perl-inline-cuda, it has only been installed on my machine (Linux, GeForce 650). I would be grateful for comments from anybody who would try to install it in their machines: OSX, Windows, other Linux versions with different NVIDIA GPU versions.

It's a lot of work to download the huge NVIDIA CUDA SDK and it is very likely that you will also need to install a specific compiler version (additional to your system compiler). So, be prepared to spend a few hours on it! I apologise!

Hopefully, with your insight and feedback I will be able to create a better installation workflow. I have Alien::Build in mind.

Comments and feedback on the actual code and style are very welcome as well.

Many Thanks

bw, bliako

Edit: I have got a bit more into git and I think I have managed to master a git-commit-push workflow. I hope from now on it will not copy all files back to the repository but only those with changes.


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