Well.... the way I do it currently is through LVx, which has become a bit of a black mark on my name here on LAVA because I still have never compiled it into a full package w/ some damn documentation.
...... If you're willing to climb up the learning curve w/ out them, then I'll pass along the most recent version if you setup a time in the evening that we can teleconf and I can walk you through .
after reading as much as I can here on LAVA and from last year's NI Week presentation on the JKI vs TLB SMs, I appreciate and would like to thank you all the work you have been doing on the TLB and LVx up until now.
I work at ResMed where I've been championing LabVIEW now for 8.5 years. I've actually been using and loving LV since '94 to be precise. For my last major project I used ExpressionFlow's QSM. A colleague and I at ResMed are having our own little head to head as we standardise on a State Machine architecture which satisfies many interesting and competing requirements.
My colleague has already warmed to the JKI SM to support his own template efforts to date however I am really keen to put forth the TLB + LVx as a worthy contender. If necessary I will teach myself how to use LVx should your examples/documentation not be ready, BUT just in case your efforts to remove that black mark are close to being finished I thought I'd first check here with you. Any ETA you have in mind ? Don't worry I won't hold you to it.
In the mean time I'm struggling to find the latest posted version of LVx. This version of LVx is dated Feb 2008 - like 3.3 years ago now !!! Do I also need to request some behind the scenes, off-the-record , skunk-works release of LVx as you offered Dave ?
happy wire working.