I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.
And I have just installed Intel Inspector XE 2013.
But when I run the visual studio, I dont see inspector XE button on it.
I doubt if its integrated with visual studio.
Any idea ?
I am working on 64-bit windows, in case that matters.
VS 2008 SP1 is claimed to be supported, in latest U9 of Inspector XE 2013.
VS 2008 should be integrated by installer if you didn't disable it. Check toolbar options, sometime it was "hidden" on GUI but you can find it.
inspxe-vsreg.exe (under "Inspector XE 2013\bin32") is a useful utility to check integration status, install/disable any VS if you like - after installing the tool.
inspxe-vsreg -i 2008 -i 2010 Integrate with VS2008 and VS2010.
inspxe-vsreg -i-a Integrate with all supported versions.
inspxe-vsreg -s-a Reports all existing integrations.
inspxe-vsreg -d=2008,2010 Disable integrations with VS2008 and VS2010.
To enable the Visual Studio 2008 integration for Intel Inspector XE using the command prompt do the following:
To open an Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 command prompt in the Visual Studio 2008 mode:
Start > All Programs > Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 > Command Prompt > Parallel Studio XE > IA 32 Visual Studio 2008 mode.
To enable the Visual Studio integration for Intel Inspector XE use the below script.
"inspxe-vsreg --integrate 2008"
> To open an Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 command prompt in the Visual Studio 2008 mode:
[Peter] It is a quick work to inherit inspector XE's environment from Intel Parallel Studio Xe 2013.
My prior post is to change the directory where has utility named inspxe-vsreg.exe. Another approach is not to change directory, I mean:
Run "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Inspector XE 2013\inspxe-vars.bat" in command prompt. Then, run inspxe-vsreg.exe in any directory.