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How to use Intel® Inspector for Systems

Background

Intel® System Studio is the new embedded software tool suite and includes Intel® Inspector for Systems. This article will explain the steps you need to follow to run Inspector for Systems on an embedded platform.

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  • Transitioning from DevPartner* BoundsChecker Tools to Intel® Inspector XE

    Micro Focus DevPartner* BoundsChecker software contains tools to help you find memory issues in your code. Intel® Inspector XE has that same functionality but also supports additional operating systems (Linux* and Microsoft Windows*), languages (C, C++, Microsoft .NET*, Fortran), and direct integration into the debugger while also providing a substantially more powerful GUI. This additional functionality makes it well worth considering making a change to the Intel® Inspector XE.

     

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  • Transitioning from Rational Purify* Tools to Intel® Inspector XE

    IBM Rational Purify* software is a tool for checking the memory correctness of your code. Intel® Inspector XE has that same functionality but also supports threading error analysis (such as data race and deadlock analysis) and multiple languages (C, C++, Microsoft .NET*,  Fortran), while also providing a substantially more powerful GUI. This additional functionality makes it well worth considering moving to the Intel Inspector XE.

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  • Transitioning from Valgrind* Tools to Intel® Inspector XE

    The open source Valgrind* framework supports several tools for checking the memory and threading correctness of your code. Intel® Inspector XE has that same functionality but supports additional operating systems (Linux* and Microsoft Windows*), languages (C, C++, Microsoft .NET*, Fortran), and threading libraries (OpenMP*, Intel® Threading Building Blocks) while also providing a substantially more powerful GUI. This additional functionality makes it well worth buying a commercial tool.

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  • Intel® Inspector XE 2015 Release Notes

    This page provides the current Release Notes for the Intel® Inspector XE 2015 for Linux* and Windows* products.

     

     

    Intel® Inspector XE 2015
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    Intel® Inspector XE 2015
    for Linux*

     What's New!

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  • Using Intel® Advisor XE to Observe Memory Accesses Dynamically

    Intel® Advisor XE is the premiere tool from Intel for helping to parallelize your code, but it can also be used in other ways. For example, you can take advantage of the Intel Advisor XE special annotation ANNOTATE_OBSERVE_USES to track all memory accesses to a particular variable.

     

    Assume you have a source file, foo.cpp, that contains an allocation point like:

    int * pArray = new int[size];

     

    You want to detect all accesses to the pArray elements that happen within the scope of a function bar()where bar() is invoked from bar.cpp.

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  • Intel Software Conference 2014

     A Intel Software Brasil realizou neste mês o Intel Software Conference 2014, que aconteceu na Universidade Estácio de Sá (Rio de Janeiro) nos dias 26 e 27 de Maio e no IMAM (São Paulo) nos dias 28,29 e 30 de Maio.

    Foram realizadas palestras e "round tables" ministradas por profissionais da Intel do Brasil, Estados Unidos e Alemanha cobrindo dois temas: Computação Paralela e de Alto Desempenho nos primeiros quatro dias (RJ e SP) e Desenvolvimento Android no último dia (somente em São Paulo).  

    Confira logo abaixo os slides das apresentações realizadas.

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