CUDA SDK helps developers to use GPU computing power to c developers. You may find help in SDK about code coloring in Visual Studio. But i am sure many of you have been searching for intellisense for cu and cuh as c files. Here is my solution.
Add c and cuh extensions to NCB Default C/C++ Extensions key under
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Languages\Language Services\C/C++ path
I really hate when a open source project (TinyMCE) relies on a commercial product (MCFileManager) to work. After some hard work here is a file manager for all. Download here . Requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (Update Panel used.). Turkish language support is added.
Do not forget to add “filemanager” into plugins line and file_browser_path setting in tinyMCE.init() function.
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