Linux 32-bit installer removed. The IDE no longer supports 32-bit mode, but compiling 32 or 64-bit simulation executables can be done using –m32 and –m64 nvcc flags. Note that nVidia plans to remove 32-bit Linux support from CUDA soon.
Fixed second derivative weight functions in SPH examples.
Added setOutputFrameStart() to control the output frame numbers to allow simulations to be executed in parts and grouped together.
Added “Invert Background” checkbox on viewer to allow white background images.
Updated CUDA required version to 6.0.
1.0.5: January 24, 2015
Added Maxwell support and forward compatibility for newer GPUs.
Windows installer will recognize CUDA 6.0, 6.5 and 7.0 as a valid prerequisite.
For Windows, the installer now includes VS Community 2013 instead of VS Express 2012. This is free and fully supported by CUDA 7. It has been tested to work with CUDA 6.5 also.
The installer currently includes the network installer for CUDA 7 RC, and it will be updated when CUDA 7 is officially released.
Because VS Community 2013 supports 64-bit compiling, and Fluidix no longer works with CUDA 7 in 32-bit mode, Fluidix no longer supports 32-bit mode.