Intel® Inspector User Guide for Windows* OS

ID 767798
Date 7/13/2023
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Document Table of Contents

Set Target Application Properties - Basic

Most basic target application properties are not specific to Intel Inspector projects and their purpose should be self-evident.

Open the Target Tab of the Project Properties Dialog Box for the Current Project

From the:

  • Visual Studio* menu, choose Project > Intel Inspector <version> Project Properties....

    NOTE:
    In Visual Studio* 2022, Intel Inspector provides lightweight integration. You can configure and compile your application and open the standalone Intel Inspector interface from the Visual Studio for further analysis. All your settings will be inherited by the standalone Intel Inspector project.
  • Standalone Intel Inspector GUI menu, choose File > Project Properties....

NOTE:

Intel Inspector automatically opens the Target tab of the Project Properties dialog box when you create a project in the Standalone Intel Inspector GUI.

Inherit Visual Studio* Project Properties

Select the Inherit settings from Visual Studio* project checkbox.

Outcome: The Intel Inspector:

  • Populates all basic application properties from Visual Studio* property pages of the StartUp project (Configuration Properties > Debugging).

  • Disables the basic settings section of the dialog box.

Set Application Execution Parameters

In the Application parameters field, do one of the following:

  • Type directly in the field.

  • Choose the Modify button to open an advanced editor, where you can transfer absolute paths to files or directories to prevent typographical errors.

  • Click the field arrow to choose a previously applied set of application parameters.

Set the Application Launch Directory

In the Working directory field, do one of the following:

  • Type the absolute path directly in the field.

  • Choose the Modify button to browse to and select a directory.

  • Click the field arrow to choose a previously applied directory.

Set User-defined Environment Variables

In the User-defined environment variables field:

  1. Click the Modify button.

  2. In the Variables column, click Add new line and supply a variable name.

  3. In the corresponding Values column, supply a variable value.

  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary. When you are finished, click the OK button.

Save Results to a Custom Location

  1. Choose the Store result in (and create link file to) another directory radio button.

  2. Type the absolute path directly in the field or click the Browse button to browse to and select a directory.