User Guide

  • 2022.0
  • 05/15/2022
  • Public Content

Context Menus: Solution Explorer

Access key capabilities from the
Intel Inspector
Solution Explorer
context menus (Visual Studio* IDE only).
Do This
To Do This
Right-click the project folder to access the following options from the
Intel Inspector <version>
  • <Recent Analysis Type>
    - Run another analysis using this recent analysis type.
  • New Analysis...
    - Display the
    Analysis Type
    window, where you can:
    • Choose and, if necessary, fine-tune a preset memory or threading error analysis type.
    • Configure a custom analysis type.
  • Project Properties...
    - Display the
    Project Properties
    dialog box, where you can review or change current project properties.
Right-click a result.
  • Open
    - Display the selected result.
  • Re-inspect
    - Run another analysis using the same analysis type as that in the selected result.
  • Re-resolve [and Open]
    - Refinalize (and open if not already opened) the result using a more complete set of symbol information.
    • When you run an analysis using the GUI, finalization occurs after the result is generated and when the result is first opened in the standalone GUI or in the Microsoft Visual Studio* IDE.
    • Intel Inspector
      retrieves symbol information using the directories identified in the
      Binary/Symbol Search
      Source Search
      tabs of the
      Project Properties
      dialog box as well as default search locations and algorithms.
    • Refinalizing may change problem set, code location, and stack information because the
      Intel Inspector
      discards previously resolved symbol information and performs symbol resolution again.
  • Export Result...
    - Create an easy-to-share archive result file.
  • Remove
    - Remove the selected result from the project and delete it from your file system.
  • Rename
    - Rename the selected result in the project and on your file system.
    The corresponding result directory on your file system is not renamed.

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