The Search Directory dialog lets you specify the folders where AQTime should look for the source files of the profiled application. The settings specified in this dialog are valid for any AQTime project.
To call the dialog, select Options > Options from AQTime’s main menu and then choose the General > Search Directory group in the ensuing Options dialog.select Tools > Options from the main menu of Visual Studio and then choose the AQTime > General > Search Directory group in the ensuing Options dialog.select AQTime > Options from the main menu of RAD Studio and then choose the General > Search Directory group in the ensuing Options dialog.
To add the needed folder to the list, click the Add and then type the name. You can also click the ellipsis button of the in-place editor and browse for the needed folder.
After clicking the Get Defaults button, the Add IDE Paths dialog appears. The dialog lets you add the folders specified in the Registry for Borland Delphi, Borland C++Builder, Visual Studio (including Visual C++ directories) or standalone Visual C++. Note that the dialog holds only those compilers, which are installed on your computer and for which there are Registry settings. If the compiler defines any environment variables, then some parts of the path are replaced with the corresponding variables.
To add an environment variable, type the $ symbol and specify its name enclosed in braces, for example
$(WINDIR), or press the Environment button and choose the variable in the ensuing Add Environment Variable dialog.
If you check the Include Subdirectories box, AQTime will search for source files in subfolders of the folders that you added to the dialog.
To remove a folder from the list, select it and click Remove.
|Note:||Note that some compilers, for example, Visual Basic, can compile the executable without saving its sources to a disk file. In this case, AQTime cannot display source code in the Editor panel, even if the Search Directory are set correctly.|