Searching Non-standard Directories

Intel Inspector is designed to search all standard directories for the supporting files necessary to execute an application during analysis and manage result data after analysis. You can also configure the Intel Inspector to search non-standard directories:

Note

If you take full advantage of the solutions/projects paradigm to create application software in the Visual Studio* IDE, searching for non-standard directories should be unnecessary.

Add a Directory to the Search List

  1. From the:

    • From the Visual Studio* menu, choose Project > Intel Inspector XE 2013 Project Properties....

    • From the Standalone Intel Inspector GUI menu, choose File > Project Properties....

  2. In the Project Properties dialog box, choose the Binary/Symbol Search or Source Search tab.

  3. In the Search Directories column, click the button to browse to and select a directory.

  4. To add another search directory, click Add new search location in the Search Directories column to display another button.

  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as necessary. When you are finished, click the OK button.

Outcome:

  • During analysis, the Intel Inspector searches the listed and standard directories for the supporting files necessary to execute the application.

  • After analysis, the Intel Inspector searches the listed and standard directories for the supporting files necessary to manage result data.

Change the Directory Search Order

  1. Click the appropriate directory.

  2. Click the or button.

Remove a Directory from the Search List

  1. Click the appropriate directory.

  2. Click the button.

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