User Guide

  • 2020
  • 09/09/2020
  • Public Content
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Context Menus: Summary Window Panes

Access key capabilities from the
Intel Inspector
 
Summary
window pane context menus.
Do This
To Do This
Right-click a data row in the
Problems
pane.
  • View Source
    - Display a
    Sources
    window focused on the selected problem(s) (default action when you double-click a data row in the
    Problems
    pane).
  • Edit Source
    - Open the source file for the selected problem(s) in your default editor.
  • Copy to Clipboard
    - Copy a summary of the selected problem(s) to the system clipboard.
  • Explain Problem
    - Explain, in generic terms, the error associated with the code.
  • Create Problem Report...
    - Export details of the selected problem(s) to plain text format. (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
  • Debug This Problem
    - Launch a new analysis in conjunction with a debugger to stop at problems of interest.
    (Visual Studio* IDE only).
    (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
  • Change State
    - Change the state of the selected problem(s) to
    Not Fixed
    ,
    Confirmed
    ,
    Fixed
    ,
    Not a problem
    , or
    Deferred
    . (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
  • Merge States...
    - Merge state information from another result; update in this result the state assigned to any problems that appear in both results. (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
Right-click in the
Filters
pane.
  • Refine Source File Set...
    - Temporarily limit the items in the
    Problems
    pane to those from a set of source files.
  • Clear Source File Filter
    - Deselect the source file filter criterion.
  • Explain Problem
    - Explain, in generic terms, the error associated with the problem type. (Displayed only for criteria in the
    Type
    category).
Right-click a code location in the
Code Locations
pane.
  • View Source
    - Display a
    Sources
    window focused on the selected problem occurrence. (Default action when you double-click a data row in the
    Code Locations
    pane.)
  • Edit Source
    - Open the source file for the selected code location in your default editor.
  • Copy to Clipboard
    - Copy a summary of the selected code location to the system clipboard.
  • Explain Problem
    - Explain, in generic terms, the error associated with the code.
  • Create Problem Report...
    - Export details of the selected code location to plain text format. (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
  • Suppress...
    or
    Do Not Suppress...
    -
    • Create a rule to suppress problems associated with the selected code location during the next analysis run. (
      Intel Inspector
      marks - with strikethroughs - problems
      potentially
      impacted during the next analysis run.)
    • Or delete a rule for a marked code location. (Strikethroughs disappear.)
    (Enabled only after analysis is complete.)
    You can also delete suppression rules using the
    Suppressions
    tab of the
    Project Properties
    dialog box.
  • Show Source Code Snippets
    - Display or not display several source code lines surrounding each code location. (The yellow highlight marks the code location source line.)
Right-click a marker in the
Timeline
pane.
View Source
- Display a
Sources
window focused on the selected problem occurrence.
Right-click a data column header.
  • Hide Column
    - Hide the selected data column.
  • Show All Columns
    - Show all previously hidden data columns.
  • Show Column
    - Show a specific, previously hidden data column.

Product and Performance Information

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