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  1. Dear community and network, at HSE, we are big believers in Inner Source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_source) and apply it to our customer projects. By opening up our code as open source to the public and sharing it for free we make sure we stay on top of the tools and processes needed for that, and we pay back to the awesome LabVIEW community. You can browse our Open Source offerings at https://code.hampel-soft.com. We constantly work to give back to the community and widen our offerings. But we need your help! Please let us know how you use our open source LabVIEW and DQMH code, by taking this quick (promise!) survey: https://bit.ly/HSE-OS-Survey-2022 This survey is targeted at those of you who use our tools. But even if you don't use any HSE offerings, we have some questions for you. We want to hear your feedback so we can keep improving our offerings and our logistics. Thank you in advance!! Joerg PS: This has been posted on the dark side, too.
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  2. I haven't tried it but in your minimal C wrapper you should be able to install a SIGTERM handler in this way and in there you could call a second export in the shared library to inform your LabVIEW program that it needs to shut down now! #include <signal.h> #include "SharedLib.h" void handler(int signum) { SharedLibSignal(signum == SIGTERM); } int main() { struct sigaction action; memset(&action, 0, sizeof(action)); action.sa_handler = handler; if (sigaction(SIGTERM, &action, NULL) == -1) { perror("sigaction"); exit(EXIT_FAILURE); } return SharedLibEntryPoint(); }
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