Key Tutorial Take-aways
1. Set up
You built the application using optimal compiler/linker settings, ensured the application runs on your system outside the
Intel Inspector, set up the
Intel Inspectorenvironment, and created a project to hold analysis results.
Applications compiled and linked in debug mode using the following options produce the most accurate and complete analysis results:
-shared-intelfor Intel® compilers, or default or
-Bdynamicfor GNU compilers, and no
2. Collect result
You chose an analysis type and ran an analysis. During analysis, the
3. Investigate result
You explored detected problems, interpreted the result data, accessed an editor directly from the Intel Inspector, and changed source code.
4. Check your work
You recompiled, relinked, and reinspected the application.