User Guide

  • 2020
  • 05/04/2020
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Typical Suppressions Usage Models Using Handwritten Suppression Files

There are two typical usage models for handling handwritten suppression files in the
Intel Inspector
. They differ depending on how you want to confirm the effectiveness of the files:
These usage models also apply to editing suppression files already created using the
Intel Inspector
GUI or command line interface.

Apply the File to an Existing Result

  1. Create the handwritten file using a text editor. Save the handwritten file to the default suppression directory for the project. Use the default
    .sup
    extension.
  2. In the
    Intel Inspector
    GUI, in the
    Target
    tab of the
    Project Properties
    dialog box, set
    Suppressions
    to
    Apply suppressions
    .
  3. Open an existing result for the project (collected using the
    Intel Inspector
    GUI or command line interface).
    Outcome: In the
    Code Locations
    and
    Problems
    panes, the
    Intel Inspector
    marks (strikes through) all result data
    potentially
    impacted by the rules in the handwritten file. (It may take some time for all marks to appear. The marks remain in the result even if you close and then reopen the result.)
  4. Review the marked data to assess the effectiveness and potential reach of the rules in the handwritten file. If necessary, continue editing the handwritten file in the text editor.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as necessary.
  6. Run a new analysis using the
    Intel Inspector
    GUI or command line interface.
    Outcome: The
    Intel Inspector
    does not collect result data impacted by suppression rules in the handwritten file and the rules in other files and directories identified in the
    Suppressions
    tab of the
    Project Properties
    dialog box.

Apply the File to a New Result

  1. Create the handwritten file using a text editor. Save the handwritten file to the default suppression directory for the project. Use the default
    .sup
    extension.
  2. In the
    Intel Inspector
    GUI, in the
    Target
    tab of the
    Project Properties
    dialog box, set
    Suppressions
    to
    Apply suppressions
    .
  3. Run a new analysis using the
    Intel Inspector
    GUI or command line interface.
    Outcome: The
    Intel Inspector
    does not collect result data impacted by suppression rules in the handwritten file and the rules in other files and directories identified in the
    Suppressions
    tab of the
    Project Properties
    dialog box).
  4. Review the remaining problems in the result to assess the effectiveness and potential reach of the rules in the handwritten file. If necessary, continue editing the handwritten file in the text editor.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as necessary.

Product and Performance Information

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