What’s new and exciting in CodeDynamics 2018.3Bill Burns | November 13, 2018
CodeDynamics 2018.3 continues its steady progress forward to add improved debugging features and capabilities so that your developers can quickly understand, diagnose, and fix issues in your complex C, C++, Fortran, and Python code.
Let’s take a look at the new features and improvements in 2018.3.
User interface improvements
With this CodeDynamics release, there are several great enhancements that make debugging your applications even easier. If you have any feedback about the new user interface, requests for new or missing features, or any problems, please send an email.
• Barrier Point support: The ability to create Barrier Points to synchronize threads and processes has been added
• Set Breakpoint: You can now use the Set Breakpoint menu item on a selected source line number to create a breakpoint
• Bug fixes and improvements: Numerous bug fixes and minor improvements have been made to the new UI
CUDA debugging improvements
CodeDynamics 2018.3 enhancements include a new GPU navigation bar that allows for easy navigation between the Logical or Physical coordinates of the GPU, performance improvements when displaying breakpoints for GPU code, and other stability improvements.
CUDA 9.2 and 10.0 support
CodeDynamics 2018.3 provides official support of CUDA 9.2 and 10.0 as well as CUDA 8.0 and 9.0-9.2.
Multi-GPU debugging improvements
Through collaboration with customers using architectures with multi-GPU enabled compute nodes, CodeDynamics 2018.3 improves the capabilities, reliability, and performance of debugging on advanced multi-GPU capable applications.
Bug fixes and improvements
Numerous bug fixes and minor improvements have been made to CodeDynamics 2018.3, including improving the performance of UI updates when stepping applications and displaying large source files with many breakpoints.