7.3 Path prefix substitution in the Code view
Streamline automatically locates and displays the source code in the Code view. If, however, the source files are not located in the same directory they were in during compilation, the Code view is not populated and you must set up path substitutions so that Streamline can find the code.
In cases where Streamline cannot locate the source, it displays a missing source file message
in the source section of the Code view.
Figure 7-2 Missing source file
Follow these steps to set up path prefix substitutions:
There are two ways to start:
- Click the link under the missing file message. This displays a standard
file dialog which allows you to locate the file. Doing this creates an entry
in the Path Prefix Substitutions
dialog to appropriately map the file.
- Click the Set Path Prefix
Substitutions button in the toolbar. This opens the
Path Prefix Substitutions dialog
Figure 7-3 Path Prefix Substitutions dialog box
Click the plus symbol to add a new path prefix
Enter valid paths in the Prefix and Replacement fields.
Click the Apply button.
If the path given in the Replacement field contains code that lines
up with the code used in the capture, Streamline populates the view with your
source code and the statistical overlay.