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    This can be done in managed way and without corrupting debuging expirience.
    Look at Cudafy:
    https://cudafy.codeplex.com/

    They support debugging via emulation, all GPu cards and CPU (OpenCL) and NVidia (CUDA).

    So basically you would write functions as usual but decorated with some attribute:

    [Kernel]
    static void SomeFunc(CLThread thread, int someParam)
    {
    //normal C# code
    }

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