New in version 3.8.
The CUDA/C++ standard whose features are requested to build this target.
This property specifies the CUDA/C++ standard whose features are requested
to build this target. For some compilers, this results in adding a
flag such as
-std=gnu++11 to the compile line.
Supported values are:
CUDA C++98. Note that this maps to the same as
CUDA C++14. While CMake 3.8 and later recognize
14as a valid value, CMake 3.9 was the first version to include support for any compiler.
CUDA C++17. While CMake 3.8 and later recognize
17as a valid value, CMake 3.18 was the first version to include support for any compiler.
New in version 3.12.
CUDA C++20. While CMake 3.12 and later recognize
20as a valid value, CMake 3.18 was the first version to include support for any compiler.
New in version 3.20.
New in version 3.25.
CUDA C++26. CMake 3.25 and later recognize
26as a valid value, no version has support for any compiler.
If the value requested does not result in a compile flag being added for the compiler in use, a previous standard flag will be added instead. This means that using:
set_property(TARGET tgt PROPERTY CUDA_STANDARD 11)
with a compiler which does not support
-std=gnu++11 or an equivalent
flag will not result in an error or warning, but will instead add the
-std=gnu++03 flag if supported. This "decay" behavior may be controlled
CUDA_STANDARD_REQUIRED target property.
CUDA_EXTENSIONS target property may be used to
control whether compiler-specific extensions are enabled on a per-target basis.
cmake-compile-features(7) manual for information on
compile features and a list of supported compilers.
This property is initialized by the value of
CMAKE_CUDA_STANDARD variable if it is set when a target