User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
  • Public Content
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mark-up-loops

After running a Survey analysis and identifying loops of interest, select loops (by file and line number or criteria) for deeper analysis.

Syntax

--mark-up-loops
[--action-options] [--global-options] [[--] target [target options]]
Usage
Do not confuse the
mark-up-loops
action with the
mark-up-list
action option. The
mark-up-loops
action coupled with the
select
action option enables a GUI checkbox; therefore loop selection persists beyond the duration of the
mark-up-loops
action and applies to downstream analyses, such as Dependencies and Memory Access Patterns analyses. The
collect
action coupled with the
mark-up-list
action option simulates enabling a GUI checkbox; therefore loop selection persists only for the duration of the
collect
action.
Select loops for downstream analysis based on file and line number.
$ advixe-cl --mark-up-loops --select=foo.cpp:34,bar.cpp:192 --project-dir=./myAdvisorProj -- ./bin/myTargetApplication
Select loops for downstream analysis based on criteria.
$ advixe-cl --mark-up-loops --loops="scalar,has-issue" --project-dir=./myAdvisorProj -- ./bin/myTargetApplication

Product and Performance Information

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