Managing Custom Analysis Types

If the combination of analysis type settings in the preset analysis types does not meet your needs, try creating new custom analysis types based on the currently selected analysis type.

Open the Analysis Type Window

From the:

  • Visual Studio* menu, choose Tools > Intel Inspector XE 2013 > New Analysis....

  • Standalone Intel Inspector GUI menu, choose File > New > Analysis....

Create a New Custom Analysis Type

  1. Do one of the following:

    To Do This

    Do This

    Create a custom analysis type based on a preset memory analysis type.

    1. Choose Memory Error Analysis from the Analysis Type drop-down.

    2. Use the configuration slider to choose a preset memory analysis type.

    3. Click the Copy button to display a Custom Analysis dialog box.

    Create a custom analysis type based on a preset threading error analysis type.

    1. Choose Threading Error Analysis from the Analysis Type drop-down.

    2. Use the configuration slider to choose a preset threading analysis type.

    3. Click the Copy button to display a Custom Analysis dialog box.

    Create a custom analysis type based on a custom analysis type.

    1. Choose Custom Analysis Types from the Analysis Type drop-down.

    2. Choose a custom analysis type from the custom analysis type selection box.

    3. Click the Copy button to display a Custom Analysis dialog box.

  2. Supply identifying information to distinguish this custom analysis type from other analysis types.

  3. In the Properties region, select or deselect checkboxes and choose values in the drop-down lists as appropriate. When you are finished, click the OK button.

    Note

    Some checkboxes and drop-down lists are dependent on the selection of other checkboxes. For example, for custom memory analysis types:

    • The Enable guard zones checkbox is disabled unless you first select the Detect invalid/uninitialized accesses checkbox.

    • The Guard zone byte size drop-down list is disabled unless you first select the Enable guard zones checkbox.

Outcome: The Intel Inspector creates a new custom analysis type.

Change a Custom Analysis Type

  1. Choose Custom Analysis Types from the Analysis Type drop-down.

  2. Choose the custom analysis type from the custom analysis type selection box.

  3. Click the Edit button. Select or deselect checkboxes and change values in drop-down lists as appropriate. When you are finished, click the OK button.

Delete a Custom Analysis Type

  1. Choose Custom Analysis Types from the Analysis Type drop-down.

  2. Choose the custom analysis type from the custom analysis type selection box.

  3. Click the Delete button.

  4. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog box.

See Also


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