nvidia-cuda-toolkit 6.5 transition - pycuda bits
graham at nerve.org.za
Tue Sep 22 06:04:24 UTC 2015
On 22 September 2015 at 02:36, Andreas Beckmann <anbe at debian.org> wrote:
> On 2015-09-21 11:41, Graham Inggs wrote:
>> On 21/09/2015 10:50, Graham Inggs wrote:
>>> Do we need to revert to using the gcc/g++ wrappers?
>> This seems to do the trick. I'll let the cuda-samples continue building
>> then commit my changes to SVN.
> So should we revert the compiler check back to strict <= 4.9, too ?
I don't think that is needed, and we'll probably need that line in its
current form in future versions.
I sent another two messages to the list, but found they were rejected,
I'll repeat below:
I committed r5525 and uploaded to Ubuntu, and I have already received
negative feedback. :(
I inadvertently had hardening-wrapper installed on the 3 different
machines I used for testing.
This caused symlinks for gcc-4.4, gcc-4.6, gcc-4.7, gcc-4.8 and
gcc-4.9, etc. all to exist, breaking Andreas' wrappers.
I thought I could rely on gcc-4.9.real, but this turned out to be
installed by hardening-wrapper as well.
I'll try to find a more robust solution.
The most reliable way I have found is to run 'g++-4.9 --version'.
i.e. debian/g++ would become:
if g++-4.9 --version >/dev/null 2>&1; then
exec $prog "$@"
Any other suggestions?
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