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newport_j
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command line execution and project file

When you use amplxe-cl to analyze a binaryfile you do not create a project directory or file. It seems all you do is create dirictories like r000hs. How does one use this like one can use a *proj file?

But where is the project file?

What if you want to go back and use that output in another way?

Any help appreaciated thanks in advance.

Newport_j
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Mark_D_Intel
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There is no project file created by or used by the command line. If you want to save some options and rerun the same (or similar) analysis, create a simple shell script.

You can use the -report option to view the data (use '-help report' to get a list of reports). Use the -result-dir option to specify a result directory (by default it will use the one with the highest number, regardless of any suffix, like 'hs').

The results can be viewed in the GUI, either with File->Open->Result, or specify the marker file (in the result directory) on the command line (eg 'amplxe-gui r000hs/r000hs.amplxe')
newport_j
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I need a referenceto a VTUNE Document such as a usage manualas to how to do this. I am only using the quickstart tutorial. That explains very little aout the command line usage in VTUNE.

Any help appreciated. Thanks in adavance.


Newport_j
Mark_D_Intel
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At the top of the VTune forum page are links to the manuals

http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-vtune-amplifier-xe-documentation/

Look for "Command line interface support"
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