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Inhabitants of the Venn set overlap between Microsoft Visual Studio users and Nvidia CUDA developers, rejoice. CUDA 10 is once more compatible with Visual Studio. Hidden away among the goodies of Nvidia's CUDA 10 announcement was the news that host compiler support had been added for Visual Studio 2017. Clang 6.x, ICC 18 and …

  1. jake Silver badge

    Strangely enough ...

    ... for all the supposed enmity between vi and EMACS devs/users, for all the coding I've ever needed to do in the last 42 years, the two have been 100% compatible with each other.

    Just something to think about.

    1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

      Re: Strangely enough ...


      Doesn't "esc-:-q" in emacs still kill your cat?

      1. jake Silver badge

        Re: Strangely enough ...

        "Doesn't "esc-:-q" in emacs still kill your cat?"

        This is not a healthy way of thinking.

        Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-variable q)

    2. katrinab Silver badge

      Re: Strangely enough ...

      I couldn't possibly comment. The last time I used it was to edit configuration files to enable my package manager to download emacs. That was ages ago, and is no longer necessary.

    3. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Strangely enough ...


      Uh oh. Grandads woken up again. Thanks for a constructive and useful comment!

      1. jake Silver badge

        Re: Strangely enough ...

        Woken up? I'll sleep when they put me in a box. Sleep gets in the way of getting stuff done.

  2. Brian Miller

    With ... power ....

    "With Nvidia CUDA 10 comes great AI power and VS compatibility"

    Shouldn't that be, "VS responsibility"?

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