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  1. 2 points
    OK. Got hold of my Linux Box with LabVIEW. Wire a number of bytes to the "Count" (1024?). Ignore the error 4 if you demand too many.
  2. 1 point
    If you read a text file then it will work. However. as Jordan states; it is not an actual file. It's is a text output stream from the VFS.
  3. 1 point
    Just a warning: this bug is the prime suspect in an application failing after 55 days continuous use. LabVIEW has a limit of one million Queues alive at any time, after which "Obtain Queue" throws an Error 2: out of memory. This happens after 55 days if one actor shuts down (without its Caller shutting down) every 5 or so seconds. Unfortunately the application was built two days before this bug was reported. Please upgrade to the latest Messenger Library version.
  4. 1 point
    Thanks, added up through 2020. Even though it isn't actually released, lets just assume it does get released someday and that we won't need another reminder to update it until at least 2021 is out.
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  6. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

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    Hi everyone, Since GRBL standard is open source, I decided to post my Library that I used in LabVIEW to interface a standard GRBL version 1.1 controller. Not all GRBL function has been integrated, but this is a very good start. Enjoy and let me know your comments. Benoit
  7. 1 point

    From the album: ShaunR

    SQLite database statistical analysis with AES 256 CBC encryption. N.B. 1. Multiple encoding runs produce new database byte-map. - differential analysis resistant. 2. Statistically indistinguishable from random data. - statistical analysis resistant.
  8. 0 points
    Recently? OpenSSL does that all the time. There have been incompatible API changes all the time. Some between 0.9 and 1.0. a few more serious ones between 1.0 and 1.1 including renaming of the shared library itself to "mitigate" the version incompatibility problem. And expect some more when they go to 3.0. Wait 3.0? what happened to 2.x? 😀 And when you look at their examples they are riddled with #if OpenSSLVer <= 0968 call this API #else call this other API #endif That's definitely not going to work well unless you always can control exactly which version of OpenSSL is installed on a computer for your specific app and then you are stuck with doing all the maintenance yourself when a new version is released. I sort of managed to make the code of my library autodetect changes between 0.9 and 1.0 and adapt dynamically but definitely gave up when they started 1.1. That together with the fact that IPv6 and TLS support beyond what the LabVIEW HTTP VIs offered wasn't even any priority anywhere. Now with 1.0.2 definitely gone in obsolete mode my library wouldn't even compile properly for the time being. 😀 PS: Just recently read somewhere that IPv4 address range has been now officially depleted, so no new IPv4 address ranges can be given out anymore. This still isn't the end of the internet as many internet providers use dynamic IP address assignment and nobody should be even thinking about connecting his coffee machine or fridge directly to the internet 😂 but it definitely shows that IPv6 support by internet providers should be something they care about. But while we here in the Netherlands have one of the highest internet connectivity rates of the world, the majority of internet providers still doesn't provide a "working" IPv6 connectivity itself. You have to use tunnels to test that!


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