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Use this dialog box to see the source code.
Open the Source View dialog box from the
Details
dialog box if source code location information is available in the trace file. Use PCTRACE to enable source code location tracing (see the
Intel® Trace Collector User and Reference Guide
for details).
Intel® Trace Analyzer
The dialog box consists of a text browser in the center and a list box representing the call stack at the bottom:
Select This:
To Do This:
Text browser
View a source file. The line corresponding to the current stack level is shown highlighted in reverse video.
Call stack
Select from the stack levels that were stored with the source code location information. Selecting an entry from this list switches the text browser to the file and line number matching the stack level.
By the default, Intel® Trace Analyzer searches source code files in the current directory and the directory of the current trace file. If no source files are found, you can manually specify the source file to load in the Open File dialog box that appears. The specified path is added to the directory search path. Use the entry
File Default/UserDefines SCLSearchPaths
in the configuration dialog box to specify additional directories to be searched.
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