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project-dir

Specify the top-level directory where a result is saved if you want to save the collection somewhere other than the current working directory.

Syntax

--project-dir
=
<PATH>
Arguments
<PATH>
is the PATH/name of a directory.
Default
Current working directory
Usage
Recommendation: Specify the project directory when you:
  • Generate a report from a collection.
  • Import MPI collections.
Run a Survey analysis on
myApplication
. Search the
src
directory for all source, binary, and symbol files. Write the result to
advi
.
$ advixe-cl --collect=survey --project-dir=./advi --search-dir all:=./src -- myApplication
Generate a Survey report from the result in the
advi
directory. Output the report in text format as
survey.txt
.
$ advixe-cl --report=survey --project-dir=./advi --format=text --report-output=./out/survey.txt

Product and Performance Information

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