Annotation files

Annotation files

I have the tutorial and some information in a very large html file that discusses Intel Advisoe xe 2013. I do not have much about annotations. That is critical, once you have found hotspots in your program that you are seeking to parallize.

Where can I find in the literature for Intel Advisor xe 2013 (for linux) where it talks about annotations, the types and what they are used for.

Also where can I find a copy of the main reference document that is in doc or pdf format. These are the files formats that my Kindle Fire can read - not html.

Any help appreciated.

Newport_j 

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Hello Newport_j,

I am researching your question and will post a response shortly. Thank you for your patience.

Intel Developer Support

Hello Newport_j,

The information about "talks about annotations, the types and what they are used for" and everything else about Intel(R) Advisor XE can be found in this directory:
/opt/intel/advisor_xe/documentation/en/help (open the file index.htm)

You can search the documentation for information on annotations.

I am still checking about whether a single pdf file exists for all of this documentation. Thank you for your patience.

Intel Developer Support

That last notice or reply is the same files that I can get from the html files that came with the software. They are also online and I can get them there. I was looking for something more detailed. There are many annotations types and it seems there must be somewhere that I can get some defintion of them.

I need also some examples if any are available.

Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Newport_j

Hello Newport_j,

There is detailed documentation regarding annotations online as well as you in your installation directory. Here is a link to the online documentation with examples:
http://software.intel.com/sites/products/documentation/doclib/stdxe/2013...

Hope it helps.

Intel Developer Support

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