Real-world applications typically require a standard library and a set of standard algorithms that "simply work". The ILGPU Lightning library meets these requirements by offering a set of auxiliary functions and high-level algorithms (e.g. sorting or prefix sum). All algorithms can be run on all supported accelerator types. The CPU accelerator support is especially useful for kernel debugging.
ILGPU.Lightning requires Visual Studio 2017.
Use the provided Visual Studio solution to build the ILGPU.Lightning libs in the desired configurations (Debug/Release).
Note: ILGPU.Lightning uses the build configuration "Any CPU" (which simplifies an integration into other projects).
ILGPU.Lightning is licensed under the University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License. Detailed license information can be found in LICENSE.txt.
Copyright (c) 2016-2018 ILGPU Lightning Project. All rights reserved.
License information of required dependencies
Different parts of ILGPU.Lightning require different third-party libraries.
- ILGPU.Lightning Dependencies
- ILGPU (http://www.ilgpu.net)
Detailed copyright and license information of these dependencies can be found in LICENSE-3RD-PARTY.txt.