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Lin_L_Intel
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How to change disassembly flavor from AT&T to Intel style

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Vtune shows asm code in AT&T but the code in manual is in Intel style. It sometimes confuses me for different operand orders especially for complex instructions. Could anyone kindly tell me how to change AT&T to Intel style in Vtune?

 

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Vitaly_S_Intel
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Click on the 3-line button in the right top corner of VTune UI and choose Options. In Source/Assembly tab there is a configuration for assembler syntax options.

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Vitaly_S_Intel
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Click on the 3-line button in the right top corner of VTune UI and choose Options. In Source/Assembly tab there is a configuration for assembler syntax options.

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Lin_L_Intel
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Vitaly Slobodskoy (Intel) wrote:

Click on the 3-line button in the right top corner of VTune UI and choose Options. In Source/Assembly tab there is a configuration for assembler syntax options.

Hi Slobodskoy, thanks for your response. I tried your suggestion, (both GAS and MASM), but nothing changed. It doesn't work.

By the way, I just use vtune to view collected results, without creating a new project. I'm not sure if this will cause any problems.

 

Lin_L_Intel
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Vitaly Slobodskoy (Intel) wrote:

Click on the 3-line button in the right top corner of VTune UI and choose Options. In Source/Assembly tab there is a configuration for assembler syntax options.

Actually it works. The software needs restart to enable the effect.

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