User Guide

  • 2020
  • 10/21/2020
  • Public Content
Contents

Collaborating on Results

Intel Inspector
offers a variety of productivity features to help teammates share their interpretation, investigation, and resolution efforts, including features to:

About Exporting Result Information

Use the
Create Problem Report
option on
Summary
window context menus to export result data in plain text format so you can distribute it to teammates in other media, such as email.
The problem report provides more data than the
Copy to Clipboard
option available on various context menus. For example:
If You Select This
The Report Groups Data by Problem Set and Contains This
One or more code locations
  • Source code snippet and call stack information for the selected code location(s)
  • Summary information for the parent problem and problem set
One or more problems
  • Source code snippet and call stack information for all code locations in the selected problem(s)
  • Summary information for the parent problem set
One or more problem sets
Source code snippet and call stack information for all code locations in all problems in the selected problem set
The problem report is also more versatile than the
Copy to Clipboard
option because you can send all or some of the data to the system clipboard or to a text file.

About Merging State Information Across Results

By default, the
Intel Inspector
propagates state information from a baseline result (the immediately previous result of the same analysis type) when you open a result for the first time.
In addition, you can use the
Merge States...
option on the
Problems
pane context menu to merge state information from any result in any project into the currently open result.
The state merge operation updates in the currently open result the state assigned to any issues that appear in both results. The state of issues that appear only in the currently open result remain unchanged. Issues that appear only in the selected result are not added to the open result.
Combining the efforts of multiple team members working the same result is an excellent way to take advantage of the state merge feature.

Product and Performance Information

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