The Static Analysis profiler includes a number of settings that affect the result display. You can find them on the ProfilerProfilerProfiler toolbar that is displayed at the top of the Report panel that is displayed at the top of the Report panel. If the toolbar is hidden, right-click somewhere in the toolbar area and select Profiler from the subsequent popup list.
The items of the Profiler toolbar work with profiling results. When you click an item, AQTime refreshes data in its panels.
The Static Analysis profiler adds the following items to the Profiler toolbar:
|Show addresses as RVA||This option specifies what format the profiler should use to display addresses in the Address column of the Report panel.
The address of each routine (or unit) consists of two components: The base address of the module, which is the address where the module is loaded in memory, and the offset of the routine relative to this base address. The offset is also called a relative virtual address (RVA).
If Show Addresses as RVA is enabled, the Address column displays only relative virtual addresses. Otherwise, it displays the full routine addresses, i.e. the base address + offset.
Note that the base address can be determined only after the module has been loaded into memory. Since Static Analysis does not run the executable, it uses the preferred loading address as the base one. The preferred loading address is specified in the header of the executable. To find it in AQTime, check the Optional header section on the PE Information page of the PE Reader panel.
|Routine name with class name||If it is enabled, the Routine Name column of the Report, Details and Call Tree panels for the Static Analysis profiler displays the name of the given routine along with the name of the class the routine belongs to. Otherwise, this column only displays the routine name.|
|File names with path||If this option is enabled, the Source File and Module Name columns of the Report, Details and Call Tree panels for the Static Analysis profiler hold the entire path to the given file. Else, these columns hold the file name only.