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I'm new to GPU-programming with CUDA and have just installed everyting on my machine to get started, and it's working. Big victory! However, when I open the code samples in VS(2005 and 2008) NVidia provides the cuda-program (.cu) files are just black and white. This is expected, but I wonder if there is any way to bring a bit more color into the program? I can recall reading about this somewhere in some release notes or the like, but now when I really want to see what it said I can't find the text.

Is there any way of high-lighting syntax in CUDA-programs and in such a case how?


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Thanks! Got it working and it looks gorgeous ;) – AnnaR Oct 21 '09 at 12:23

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