Use rules defined in a suppression file to exclude known problems during collection.
A string containing the PATH/name for the suppression file. This may be an absolute path, or a path relative to the current working directory.
Pathname can be either:
The name of a directory containing suppression files.
The name of a suppression file. May be an absolute pathname or name relative to the current working directory. The inspxe-cl tool appends a .sup extension if no extension is specified.
For multiple arguments: You may specify this option multiple times in a single command, or specify multiple arguments in a comma-separated list (no spaces). For example, the following are equivalent:
-suppression-file mySup1 -suppression-file mySup2.txt
Use the suppression-file action-option to apply one or more suppression files when performing the collect or collect-with action. You can use the create-suppression-file action to generate a suppression file that contains rules that define which problems should be excluded from the Summary of detected problems.
When suppression-file is used with the collect action, the process uses all files with a .sup extension in the directory.
Runs a Detect Deadlocks and Data Races (ti2) analysis on the application myApp.
Uses the short name -s-f for the suppression-file option.
Uses suppression files for myProject, found in the Microsoft Visual Studio* IDE standard location for private suppression files: C:\myProject\My Inspector Results-[project name]\suppressions.
Stores the result in a default-named result directory under the current working directory.
Generates a summary report of new or unsuppressed problems, and saves the report as inspxe-cl.txt in the result directory.
$ inspxe-cl -collect ti2 -s-f "C:\myProject\My Inspector Results\suppressions" -- myApp