About Exporting and Importing Files

Create result archive files to easily:

  • Move Intel® Inspector results between machines or even between operating systems. For example: You can export an archive file for a result produced on a Linux* machine and import it to a Windows* machine.

  • Share results for collaboration purposes. For example: You can combine the efforts of multiple team members working a subset of assigned issues in the same result.

  • Send results to the Intel® support team for troubleshooting purposes.

You can choose to include or exclude source files when you create result archive files.

When you import a result archive file into the current project, the Intel Inspector:

  1. Extracts the result archive.

  2. Names the extracted result import@@@, where import is a constant, and @@@ represents the next available number.

  3. Saves the extracted result to an import@@@ directory of the same name.

You can also import a result not associated with a project or a result from another Intel® error-detection product into the current project. When you import such results, the Intel Inspector:

  1. Makes a copy of the result.

  2. Converts the copy to the Intel Inspector result format.

  3. Names the new result import@@@, where import is a constant, and @@@ represents the next available number.

  4. Saves the new result to an import@@@ directory of the same name.

Tip

Refinalize the imported result to apply current project symbol information. (Use the Re-resolve option on the Project Navigator pane context menu.)

See Also


Supplemental documentation specific to a particular Intel Studio may be available at <install-dir>/<studio>/documentation/.

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.