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Analysis of Release Build

Symptoms

A message appears when you start the Dependencies tool and the current build options selected
for the project
is a Release build.

Details

To produce the best results, your build settings for the Dependencies tool should specify debug information and no optimization. If possible, use a minimal data set for the Dependencies tool.
When a tool is waiting for your input (click either
Continue
or
Cancel
), the result name has a
[!]
prefix. If you do not respond within several minutes, the tool implicitly chooses the Cancel button.

Cause

For the Dependencies tool, you should use a Debug build of your program, not a Release build.

Possible Solution

  • Before you respond to the message, change to use Debug build settings and build the target executable. When it completes, click
    Continue
    to run the analysis.
  • Click
    Continue
    and ignore this message. Later, run this tool again with a target built from Debug build settings.
  • Click
    Cancel
    . Change to use Debug build settings and build the target executable. Then run the Dependencies tool.
For the most current information on optimal C/C++ and Fortran build settings, see Build Your Target Application.

Product and Performance Information

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