French UK-based software tools maker Allinea announced today that they’ve completed a pre-release version of their flagship debugging tool, DDT, available for CUDA programmers
Over the last year, Allinea has been collaborating with the Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique (CEA) to develop CUDA-specific feature within its market-leading DDT product. The preliminary results of this close collaboration were shown at Supercomputing ’09, when native debugging of CUDA-enabled applications running on NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and x86 host processors was demonstrated. Following the full release of Nvidia’s CUDA Toolkit 3.0, Allinea is pleased to announce that it will be making a pre-release version of DDT for CUDA available to its customers.
“We are delighted to see the results of our collaboration with the CEA making it into our mainstream DDT product,” said David Lecomber, CTO of Allinea Software. We are now able to provide application developers with a single tool that can debug hybrid MPI, OpenMP and CUDA applications on a single workstation or GPU cluster. Features such as the detection of invalid memory accesses, the visualization of GPU data, and GPU thread control have been designed to help our customers find their GPU porting bugs simply and efficiently.”
More in the release.