The Ignore Files and Routines dialog lets you specify the source files and routines to be ignored by AQTime. It means that AQTime will exclude them from the Setup panel and will not take into account during the profiling. The settings you make in the dialog are not project-specific. They work for any AQTime project.
To call the dialog, select Options > Options from AQTime’s main menu and then choose the General > Ignore Files and Routines group in the ensuing Options dialog.select Tools > Options from the main menu of Visual Studio and then choose the AQTime > General > Ignore Files and Routines group in the ensuing Options dialog.select AQTime > Options from the main menu of RAD Studio and then choose the General > Ignore Files and Routines group in the ensuing Options dialog.
You can specify the target routines and files by typing them in the list.
The routines should be listed in one of the following formats:
For managed applications, specify the namespace name instead of the unit name.
The file names must be specified in the file_name.file_extension format.
You can specify a list of files to be ignored for a certain project instead of ignoring the files in all AQTime projects. Use the Files to Ignore for Project dialog for this purpose.
|Note:||If the routines and files you mentioned in the dialog were added to the Code to Profile or Triggers and Actions panels earlier, they will be marked in these panels as absent.|
The exclusion settings are ignored in the following cases:
- If the Bypass ignore settings option is enabled in the General Preferences dialog.
- If the Entire .NET Code box is checked in the Setup panel, all your settings that concern the managed files will be ignored. Therefore, if Entire .NET Code is checked and you add a managed file to the list of ignored files, the file will still be included in profiling tasks. The All Project Modules box does not affect the settings you specify in the Ignore Files and Routines dialog.