Using Guided Auto Parallelism in Microsoft Visual Studio*
Running Analysis on a Project
- From theToolsmenu: SelectStarting analysis in this way results in a one-time run for the current project. The default values are taken fromunless you have chosen to override them in the dialog box.
- From the Diagnostics property page: Use theGuided Auto Parallelism Analysisproperty.Specifically, chooseand enable analysis using theGuided Auto Parallelism Analysisproperty. Enabling analysis in the property page allows you to run an analysis as part of a normal projectBuildrequest in Microsoft Visual Studio*. In this mode, GAP-related settings in are ignored, in favor of other GAP-related settings available in the property page.
- From the context menu: Right-click and select.This is equivalent to using theoption on theToolsmenu.
The GAP analysis setting in the property pages is set to Enabled.
Analysis always occurs for the project, whenever a regular project build occurs. Other analysis settings specified in the property pages are used. Analysis setting inare ignored.
The Gap analysis setting in the property pages is set to Disabled, and GAP is run from the
Analysis occurs for this one run. The default values for this analysis are taken fromand can be overridden in the dialog box. Options specified in the property pages are also used, but will be overridden by any specified analysis option.
The GAP analysis setting in the property pages is set to Disabled, and GAP options are set in.
No analysis occurs, unless analysis is explicitly run from the
Running Analysis on a File or within a File
- Single file:Select a file andright-click.
- Function (routine):Right-clickwithin the function scope.
- Range of lines:Select one or more lines for analysis andright-click.