User Guide

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  • 05/21/2021
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search-dir

Specify the location(s) for finding target support files.
GUI Equivalent
Project Properties > Binary/Symbol Search
Project Properties > Source Search

Syntax

--search-dir
<keyword>
=
<PATH>
Arguments
Combine keywords with arguments in the following syntax: <all | bin | src | sym[:<p | r>]>=<PATH>
<PATH>
is the PATH/name of the search directory, and can include environment paths and absolute paths.
Keyword
Description
all
Search all types of directories.
bin
Search binary directories.
src
Search source directories. This is used for most
collect
actions.
sym
Search symbol directories.
:r
Perform a recursive search of all subdirectories.
:p
Specify the highest priority search (directories to search prior to others, including environment paths and absolute paths).
:rp
Combine :r and :p.
Usage
Use
-search-dir src:=<PATH>
when performing
collect
actions.
To exclude files from analysis, use the
exclude-files
option.
Example
Run a Suitability analysis on
myApplication
. Search for source files in the specified search directory. Write the result to the specified project directory.
$ advisor --collect=suitability --project-dir=./advi --search-dir src:=./src1 -- myApplication
The following two commands are equivalent. Each runs a Suitability analysis on
myApplication
and searches for source files in the two specified search directories.
$ advisor --collect=suitability --project-dir=./advi --search-dir src:=./src1 --search-dir src:=./src2 -- myApplication
$ advisor --collect=suitability --project-dir=./advi --search-dir src:=./src1,./src2 -- myApplication

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