Interleaved within the disassembly listing is the source code, if available, and any compiler commentary chosen for display. The algorithm for finding the source file in the Disassembly tab is the same as the algorithm used in the Source tab.
Just as with the Source tab, index lines are displayed in Disassembly tab. But unlike with the Source tab, index lines for alternate source contexts cannot be used directly for navigation purposes. Also, index lines for alternate source contexts are displayed at the start of where the #included or inlined code is inserted, rather than just being listed at the beginning of the Disassembly view. Code that is #included or inlined from other files shows as raw disassembly instructions without interleaving the source code. However, placing the cursor on one of these instructions and selecting the Source tab opens the source file containing the #included or inlined code. Selecting the Disassembly tab with this file displayed opens the Disassembly view in the new context, thus displaying the disassembly code with interleaved source code.
The classes of commentary shown can be set in the Set Data Presentation dialog box. The default classes can be set in a .er.rc defaults file.
The Analyzer highlights lines with metrics that are equal to or exceed a metric-specific threshold, to make it easier to find the important lines. You can set the threshold in the Set Data Presentation dialog box. You can set the default threshold in a .er.rc defaults file. As with the Source tab, tick marks are shown next to the scrollbar, corresponding to the position of over-threshold lines within the disassembly code.