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  1. According to the activity log @Rolf Kalbermatter is the only active user for at least the past 6 years (log ends there): https://sourceforge.net/p/opengtoolkit/activity/?page=1&limit=100 @jgcode compiled a nice list some time ago. Not sure if all of these are done yet: Here are some ideas that come to mind: Allow the community to participate in the project (create and maintain tasks/issues/features, add maintainers, add admins, etc...) Bring back openg.org (could be a different domain) and allow the community to contribute to the site via pull requests Spl
  2. Here are some common files that could be helpful: The contribution guidelines are shown for pull requests: https://help.github.com/en/articles/setting-guidelines-for-repository-contributors LabVIEW versions, build instructions and the release process are commonly placed in a README file: https://help.github.com/en/articles/about-readmes The license can be managed in a similar fashion: https://help.github.com/en/articles/licensing-a-repository All of these files, if they exist, add to the GitHub experience. For example: https://github.com/microsoft/vscode
  3. They do: https://help.github.com/en/articles/setting-your-commit-email-address
  4. @Michael Aivaliotis You are right, organizations are the only way to group projects. Just as @JKSH said, a prefix is very helpful in finding things. Looks like you figured it out
  5. I suggest informing all active contributors, that way everyone involved has a chance to push their changes before import. The import script supports branches. If you upload your current status as a branch (inside the /branches/lvzip/ folder), it will be detected and imported. Once the repository is uploaded to GitHub you can simply continue working on the branch using Git. You have a chance to match it with your GitHub account (see 'authors-transform.txt'). This is only possible during transformation, however.
  6. The simplest way is to add "@users.noreply.sourceforge.net" to make them valid addresses that don't collide with any existing GitHub user (GitHub and SF both support these). It should be sufficient for this task. Here is my version: https://gist.github.com/LogMANOriginal/c4109873a5d524387d3fb46f5b83aa0a I agree. From what I can tell the reason it didn't work correctly is because each project has its own branch/tag subfolder. None of the standard systems support these (including git-svn). Find below a solution that can handle them. Done, see below. Sorry, my explanation
  7. It is good to finally see some movement in OpenG. Git and GitHub are also the right choices (Bitbucket would probably also work). Even novice programmers will be able to participate this way. 👍 That said, the current repository has a few problems: No tags No branches All projects in one repository Changed commit messages (the links in the commit messages are non-functional) It is possible to transform an SVN repository into a Git repository while maintaining all tags and branches and updating the committers (because Git uses email addresses and SVN doesn'
  8. You are right, frameworks do have significant learning curves. Still, if a framework can (potentially) satisfy your needs, even if it looks very complex, you shouldn't be afraid to take a closer look. You can probably filter out most of the frameworks by reading the readme. No need to learn and compare all of them (unless you are scientifically interested of course 😉). Very interesting, thanks for sharing! Among other things, he lists quite a few frameworks, some of which haven't been mentioned yet (see timestamp 19:32). I couldn't find the slides, so here is my attempt to
  9. Here are my main points. Most of them are only indirectly connected to programming: It should be necessary; Don't use a framework just for the sake of using it. It should solve a problem or provide desirable features, whatever that means for your project. Its external complexity should be reasonable for the task. It should provide a way to track and fix bugs without having to depend on 3rd-parties (what do you do if they disappear?). If it's an essential part of your project, make sure to invest enough time to understand its limitations. There are of cours
  10. I don't have good examples to share, but here are a few helpful links for you: NI has an article dedicated to DVRs, which also explains the fundamental idea: http://www.ni.com/product-documentation/9386/en/ Here is a short video that explains how to use a DVR and some of the pitfalls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIWzjnkqz1Q Of course, you'll find lots of topics related to DVRs on this forum.
  11. We use a variety of frameworks/templates/patterns for our architecture: The Actor Framework is used for asynchronous UI operations and long-running data processing tasks. Queued Message Handlers (not using DQMH or QMH template) handle simple asynchronous tasks. Action Engines encapsulate privately shared data for our translation and general I/O libraries. (Queued) State Machines ensure that everything runs in order. The proxy pattern is used to interface most customer libraries. We have our own frameworks for the test execution engine and test libraries (m
  12. @hooovahh is right, this is not doable. Your executable doesn't contain the source code and without the source code you cannot compile the application. If the source code is lost, you can either re-program the application (probably very costly) or convince your IT department to allow installing the LV2009 RTE for this particular executable. That said, it is possible to copy the executable and the entire RTE to the target computer manually, for example as part of the "installer" for your executable (IT department mustn't know 😉). We have done so in the past (for the same reasons) and it wo
  13. I had the same issue just now. Looks to me like something is wrong with the database (maybe an incomplete update?). This is the closest information I could come up with: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Topic:U26n1a1pgo0078tt Interestingly enough, after this error, there are two entries of the same file with the same timestamp. The preview correctly shows the file I tried to upload. Still, it shows the old image in articles. I don't think there is much we can do about it, one of the Admins will have to look into this. https://labviewwiki.org/wiki/File:Functions_Palette.png
  14. The "Individual Offline Installers" link below the download button points to the offline installer.
  15. I found some spam on the wiki and would like to request deletion, but there doesn't seem to be an option (probably because I don't have the rights). So, is there a way to notify administrators (currently only @Michael Aivaliotis?) directly or should we open new topics here? Here are the offending pages. https://labviewwiki.org/wiki/Is_there_some_magic_to_get_URLForUbiquityContainerIdentifier_to_work_besides_setting_up_the_Entitlements_Stupid_http://nfltickets.me/baltimore-ravens-tickets/_thing_keeps_returning_nil https://labviewwiki.org/wiki/Being_The_Best_Pet_Owner_In_Tow
  16. LabVIEW doesn't backfire for misspelled words, which means we don't freak out every time we see one. Here are a few suggestions for draconian rules on the LabVIEW wiki 😇 1.1 Uploading sample code to the wiki Put input terminals to the right, output terminals to the left (on the block diagram and VI terminals) Use backwards wiring Show terminals as icons Don't use shift registers (use local variables instead) No error handling (disable debugging) Take a screenshot with your mobile phone (compress as much as possible before uploading) S
  17. I don't think they found the documentation, just an answer to their particular question or a solution to their particular problem. As Rolf mentioned above: Documentation probably still doesn't exist.
  18. No, that is not possible. Here is the official KB article from NI https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z0000019LtOSAU&l=en-US
  19. Very strange indeed. You are right, these extensions should not affect any of this. I just installed the "Disable JavaScript" addon and can reproduce your behavior with the download button and version selection. In my earlier post you see the "normal" page. This is how it looks with JavaScript disabled: Also, the download button now statically points to http://www.ni.com/en-us/support/downloads/software-products/download.labview.html#
  20. You need to change the location manually at the bottom of the page. After that you should always get to the same site. That is strange indeed. I just tried on another browser and can't seem to recreate this behavior, no matter which location I choose. Do you have extensions installed which block JavaScript or tracker? They can sometimes cause strange results like this, especially if contents are dynamic (as the download button or the lock for Linux/Mac versions).
  21. The link at the bottom will bring you to this page http://www.ni.com/en-us/support/downloads/software-products/download.labview.html#305508 You just have to select 2018 SP1 Patch and click download. This will download the f4 (latest) patch. The en-us version is pretty stable in my experience (except for a few dead links here and there). Can't say much about the others. I'm still surprised they bother to check the associated SSP. Considering that the License Manager checks it anyway.
  22. Thank you so much for sharing
  23. Here are some additional pointers that might be helpful LabVIEW Help : https://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361H-01/lvconcepts/custom_cont_ind_type/ UI Interest Group : https://forums.ni.com/t5/UI-Interest-Group/ct-p/7019?profile.language=en LabVIEW Playlist (see NI LabVIEW UI Tips videos) : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE91C12E1A5E62F88 I also found a blog post with pictures that show the general process for customizing controls. https://www.dmcinfo.com/latest-thinking/blog/id/9428/basic-labview-ui-control-customization If you are interested
  24. Disclaimer The following details are oversimplified for the sake of clarity. Feel free to point out important details that aren't covered by this post. --- There is a higher chance of finding better results by searching for "labview reference". Here are a few examples. https://labviewwiki.org/w/index.php?search=reference&title=Special%3ASearch&go=Go https://labviewwiki.org/wiki/Control_References http://www.ni.com/example/28769/en/ That said, you should be familiar with the normal data flow in LabVIEW. Data goes from one end of a wire to th
  25. Find a working implementation here https://www.labviewforum.de/Thread-Aktuellen-VI-Pfad-als-UNC?pid=133946#pid133946
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