Imagix 4D User Guide
Note: If your source code spans several directories, you may be able to take advantage of the `Analyze files in subdirectories' just below the Directory field. If the code you want to analyze is spread across a directory and its subdirectories (and their subdirectories), enter the name of the top-level directory in this Directory field. If there are certain subdirectories that you want to omit, specify them through the Exclude dialog. Depending on how your source code is spread across your directory structure, you may need to repeat step 5 for each directory containing code you want to analyze.
In the Source Files field, enter the names of the source files. Patterns with * characters are expanded, for example `*.c' expands to a list of all the .c files in the directory. You may enter multiple names and/or patterns, separating them with spaces. You don't need to specify the .h files. The analyzer will automatically analyze any .h file that is included by one of the .c or .cpp files you specify. If you want to add files of multiple suffixes, separate the names with spaces, such as `*.c *.cpp'
The -D and -U flags cause macros to be defined or undefined. If you're defining a macro replacement value for a macro name, such as -Dmacroname=value, do not put a space on either side of the = sign.
The Include Dirs tab gives you two ways to specify these directories. You can use either of these methods, or both together. If your header files are spread across a directory and its subdirectories (and their subdirectories), you'll probably want to use the `Specify Include Directories By Root Directory' portion of the tab. Enter the name of the top-level include directory in this Directory field, and complete the `Search subdirectories for header files' and the `Exclude' dialog as appropriate.
If your header files are spread across scattered include directories, or if you want control over the order that the include directories are searched, use the `Specify Include Directories Individually' field, to enter `-Idirname1 -Idirname2' as appropriate. You may enter as many -I's as you wish. Do not put a space between the -I and the directory name. Put a space between the directory name and the next -I. If you're running under Windows, and the directory name contains a space, enclose the -Idirname with double quotation marks, such as "-Ic:/program files/msvc/include".
The -I flags tell the analyzer which directories to search for include files. They are searched in the order that you list them. Path names relative to the Directory field on the Source Files tab are supported, such as `-I../parallel/example'.
When you're ready to analyze your code, click Add Data Source at the bottom of the dialog.