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  1. Right, VI Analyzer Toolkit 2016 was the first version to officially support 64-bit LabVIEW. For unofficial support in previous versions, we have this resource: https://forums.ni.com/t5/VI-Analyzer-Enthusiasts/Using-the-VI-Analyzer-Toolkit-with-64-bit-LabVIEW/ta-p/3494395
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  2. Yes, it's a LabVIEW Toolkit, which means you have to install it separately for each LabVIEW you have. Here's the download page where you can get whichever version (and bitness) toolkit installer(s) you need: https://www.ni.com/en-us/support/downloads/software-products/download.labview-vi-analyzer-toolkit.html
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  3. A framework's artificial complexity is only from the things that the framework forces on your code, not the options that it enables if you choose to buy into it. AF and DQMH without priority queuing are no more or less complex than AF and DQMH with priority queuing. The priority queuing only becomes a part of the complexity computations if "priority" were a required input and you had to send some messages at a non-normal priority. Because you can use both frameworks entirely without ever using priority, it isn't part of the computation. It is an option that you can choose to exercise in y
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  4. That is a weird, though undeniably literal, interpretation of the words priority queue. You must get into a lot of arguements at the supermarket checkout.
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  5. Thought I'd show an example of "complexity" of a framework, according to my way of thinking, by comparing the priority messages of the NI Actor Framework and the DQMH: Looks the same from an API level (they even use similar icons). Let's look inside; here is the relevant code section for priority messages for the AF: Yikes! And here is the same for DQMH: Ah, much simpler. Now we can see which framework involves more complexity: the DQMH. Wait, what, you say? Isn't the obvious complexity of the AF implementation mean the AF involves more complexity? We
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