User Guide

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  • 10/21/2020
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Contents

Dialog Box: Options-State Management

To access this
Intel Inspector
dialog box:
  • From the Visual Studio* menu, choose
    Tools
    Options...
    . In the
    Options
    dialog box, expand the
    Intel Inspector <version>
    folder and choose the
    State Management
    page.
  • From the Standalone
    Intel Inspector
    GUI menu, choose
    File
    Options...
    . In the
    Options
    dialog box, choose the
    State Management
    page.
Intel Inspector
uses a
difference processor
to set problem states in future results based on problem states in a baseline result. Use this dialog box to choose a baseline result.
Use This
To Do This
Get problem results from previous result of same analysis type
radio button
Focus on only those issues that require your attention by setting problem state in future results to:
  • New
    for all problems not present in the baseline result
  • Not Fixed
    for all problems marked
    New
    in the baseline result
  • Regression
    for all problems marked
    Fixed
    in the baseline result
If the
Intel Inspector
cannot find a suitable previous result of the same analysis type, it sets problem state for all problems in future results to
New
.
Get problem states from a specific result
radio button, path field, and
Browse
button
Set problem states in future results the same as above when your source code is undergoing branched development and you need to configure the difference processor to compare against a more appropriate previous result.
Do not get problem states from another result
radio button
Set problem state for all problems in future results to
New
.

Product and Performance Information

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