Sets a barrier in the current thread. This topic only applies when targeting Intel® Graphics Technology.
Reads a rectangular area from or writes one to a 2D image. This topic only applies when targeting Intel® Graphics Technology.
Queries various characteristics specific to the processor graphics. This topic only applies when targeting Intel® Graphics Technology.
The _PGOPTI_Prof_Dump_And_Reset() function dumps the profile information to a new .dyn file and then resets the dynamic profile counters. Then the execution of the instrumented application continues.
The prototype of the function call is listed below.
The Performance Guide is deprecated and will be removed in a future release.
Note that the Microsoft Visual Studio* IDE menus and tool windows have been disabled for the Performance Guide. To re-enable them, set the environment variable __INTEL_PERFORMANCE_GUIDE and restart Visual Studio.
Use the Performance Guide Run All Steps mode to perform all the Performance Guide steps in one button click.
Many routines in the Intel® Math Library are more highly optimized for Intel® microprocessors than for non-Intel microprocessors.
The mathimf.h header file includes prototypes for Intel® Math Library functions.
The Intel® Math Library supports the following miscellaneous functions:
The pointer checker is not supported on OS X* systems.
You can write your own wrappers for run-time library functions. Typically, you would use one or more of the pointer checker intrinsics.
The Intel® C++ Compiler is compatible with the predefined GNU macros.
See http://gcc.gnu.org for a list of compatible predefined macros.
Input File Extensions
The Intel® C++ Compiler recognizes input files with the extensions listed in the following table: