We know that Intel provided Intel® Parallel Studio Suite, which contained Intel® Parallel Inspector component. This component should run on Microsoft* Visual Studio*. However sometime we need to do measurement works automatically (implement it by script file), and don't run on IDE to avoid (reduce) overloads caused by environment.
Intel® Parallel Inspector Update 1 has realized this feature.
After the user has installed the product, open a Command Prompt window, run
C:\Program Files\Intel\Parallel Studio\Inspector\insp-vars.bat
Thus the environment for command line has been settled down, now can use insp-cl
The user can run "insp-cl -help" to be familiar with the syntax of command.
insp-cl <-action-option [-modifier-option]
Action-option contains：collect, collect-list, command, command-list, finalize, help, version
Modifier-option contains：[no-]discard-suppressed-problem, log-dir, option-file, result-dir, return-app-exitcode, search-dir, suppression-file, user-data-dir, verbose
Below are some examples to use insp-cl:
insp-cl -collect-list [List all checking modes, now are mi1-mi4, ti1-ti4]
insp-cl -collect mi2 Banner.exe [Generate results in sub-directory, refer to Insp-cl.txt]
insp-cl -collect mi3 -result-dir r009mi3 Banner.exe [Generate results in specified sub-directory]
insp-cl -collect mi3 Banner.exe [First time run it]
insp-cl -create-suppression-file mySup [Generate a suppression file, based on previous run]
insp-cl -collect mi3 -suppression-file mySup Banner.exe [Use suppression file to run, but don't report errors which already are in suppression file]