New in version 3.17.
Select the CUDA runtime library for use by compilers targeting the CUDA language.
The allowed case insensitive values are:
-cudart=none or equivalent flag(s) to use no CUDA runtime library.
-cudart=shared or equivalent flag(s) to use a dynamically-linked CUDA runtime library.
-cudart=static or equivalent flag(s) to use a statically-linked CUDA runtime library.
CUDA_RUNTIME_LIBRARY may use
If that property is not set then CMake uses an appropriate default value based on the compiler to select the CUDA runtime library.
This property has effect only when the
CUDA language is enabled. To control the CUDA runtime linking when only using the CUDA SDK with the
C++ language we recommend using the
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