User Guide

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  • 05/04/2020
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convert-suppression-file

Convert a third-party suppression file for use with Intel Inspector.

Syntax

-convert-suppression-file
-from
<PATH>
-to
<PATH>
Arguments
from <PATH>
The PATH/name for the third-party suppression file (input) that is to be converted. This can be either a Purify or a Valgrind suppression file.
to <PATH>
The PATH/name for the new suppression file that is output after conversion to the
Intel Inspector
suppression file format. If no file extension is specified for the output suppression file,
.sup
is used.
This may be an absolute path, or a path relative to the current working directory.
Both the
from
and
to
paths must be specified.
Description
Use the
convert-suppression-file
action to convert a Rational Purify* or Valgrind* suppression file to the
Intel Inspector
suppression file format. Both the
from
and
to
pathnames must be specified. The default file extension is
.sup
.
Convert the Purify suppressions file
my_old_suppressions.purify
and save it in
Intel Inspector
suppression file format as
"/suppressions/mySup"
my_new_suppressions.sup
.
$ inspxe-cl -convert-suppression-file -from my_old_suppressions.purify -to
"/suppressions/mySup"
mySup

Product and Performance Information

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