User Guide


Source Search Tab

Source Search
Tab Purpose

Use this tab in the Project Properties dialog box to specify
the source search locations needed to execute and analyze the target.
With Visual Studio, some source locations are pre-populated from the Visual Studio startup project into the internal representation of
Intel Advisor
project properties, so you may not need to add new row(s).
Threading Advisor
Intel® Advisor
does not automatically populate source locations after you create a project using the
Intel® Advisor
GUI, so you must specify one or more locations to find application annotations. View the
Annotation Report
to verify all project annotations are found.

Source Search
Tab Location

One of the tabs in the Project Properties dialog box
, which also includes:
To access this tab:
  • From the
    Intel® Advisor
    GUI, choose
    Project Properties
    . Then click the
    Source Search
  • From the Visual Studio* menu, choose
    Project >
    Intel Advisor [version] Project Properties...
    . Then click the
    Source Search

Source Search
Tab Controls

Use This
To Do This
On a row containing
Add new search location
, click to browse for directories to include in the search list. You can also type directly in the row.
and buttons
Change the search order of the selected directory by moving it up or down. To select multiple rows, use the Ctrl or Shift keys.
Delete a selected directory row(s).
Search recursively
Enable to search the specified location subdirectories. To use recursive search, the lines must provide only a directory name and omit a file name. Using a recursive search for multiple directories may slow processing and could lead to unexpected results.
text box
Specify the file name mask pattern(s) to ignore (skip) using wildcard characters, such as an asterisk (*). For example, you can skip certain file suffixes.
text box
Specify the file(s) to ignore (skip) using an absolute path.
To delete a row, use the button.

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