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PyCuda - Bindless Textures
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Chris
2016-09-21 19:47:50 UTC
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I saw that there was a post about this in 2014 and I can't find anything
about whether bindless textures were supported yet.



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Andreas Kloeckner
2016-09-21 21:38:44 UTC
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I saw that there was a post about this in 2014 and I can't find anything
about whether bindless textures were supported yet.
IIRC this hasn't happened yet. I'd be happy to take a patch though.

Andreas
Chris
2016-09-21 21:46:17 UTC
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That would be totally amazing if you could. There is a CUDA related project I
will be working on in the near future that requires bindless textures and I
was hoping to be able to use PyCUDA for said project.



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Chris
2016-10-01 23:39:34 UTC
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Hey Andreas,

I figure this will take a long time to implement, is there anywhere that
displays the tentative additions to PyCUDA so I can keep myself updated on
when this might be implemented?



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Andreas Kloeckner
2016-10-01 23:43:32 UTC
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I figure this will take a long time to implement, is there anywhere that
displays the tentative additions to PyCUDA so I can keep myself updated on
when this might be implemented?
It's really not like I've got a schedule of these things. "When I need
it" or "when somebody submits a patch" are really the best answers I can
give. :)

Andreas

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