Allinea has shipped the latest version of Allinea DDT 4.2.1 debugging tools, which now offers full support for parallel computing and programming platform NVIDIA CUDA 6.
Allinea DDT allows users to automatically log variable values across processes, spot memory and logic errors, debug thousands of processes and supports Mac, Windows and Linux.
The CUDA 6 platform features unified memory, and several other new features to ensure easier parallel programming, the company states.
Allinea collaborated with NVIDIA to provide debugging capabilities for CUDA Fortran and OpenACC directives-based codes.
“Unified memory will be transformative for codes, as it removes the need to manually copy data between the host CPU and accelerator. The ability to debug with Allinea DDT from day one will make a huge difference to developers who need tools that can scale out to their biggest systems and most challenging bugs. With these tools available, users can quickly deploy CUDA 6 in production,” David Lecomber, CEO at Allinea says.
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