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  1. Voir le fichier joint pour la description de l'emploi. Envoyez votre CV à mcgodin@itflabs.com AffichageITFLabs20111108.pdf
  2. I will use the VI BuildTargetBuildSpecification.vi to programmatically build a project but I first need to set some buildspec properties such as the destination folder and version number. Are there VIs or properties I can use for this? I looked into the Properties and AppBuilder folder and I did not figured anything useful. The only solution for the moment is to edit the project file (XML). Any better ideas?
  3. QUOTE (JodyK @ May 20 2009, 11:37 AM) Indeed BSD is an Open Source licence. Redistribution of derived work doesn't require to include the source but the licensed code should definitely be available.
  4. QUOTE (JodyK @ May 19 2009, 07:15 PM) OpenG INI tools are wrapped around vi.lib's Config File VIs. The latter are the real problem for performance on large INI files. Optimizing OpenG INI VIs (like replacing recursion with a stack) would only marginally improve the performance on large INI files. Just try to replace Config Data Registry.vi (the core of Config File VIs) with a do nothing VI and you'll see that the remaining code (OpenG) takes only a smal fraction of the execution time. I have not used MGI VIs but did take a look at the code. When operating on a file, it only parses the specified section of entries. There is a feature to pay attention for: when writing in a section, the whole section is erased and rewritten so previous existing keys that are not specifically rewritten in the current operation are lost. That allows great speed improvements and the only inconvenience is that you have to structure your data so that you don't write different pieces of data in the same section in multiple write operations.
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    Star Trek

    QUOTE (Cat @ May 6 2009, 09:40 AM) I did see it at the theater too. However I had to drive 20min because it was not scheduled in theaters in my city... Any clone made of Picard's hair is doomed to fail anyway... Janeway's hair on the other hand...
  6. QUOTE (normandinf @ May 6 2009, 11:42 AM) Why the thumb up? 0! is factorial 0 not !0 (logic complement)
  7. QUOTE (David Wisti @ May 6 2009, 11:37 AM) And Multiply Array Elements returns 1 for empty arrays for the same reason as x^0==1 and 0!==1. No elements to operate => return neutral element for that operation.
  8. jpdrolet

    Alfa String

    QUOTE (FLAnatic @ Apr 24 2009, 09:21 AM) That's a broad statement. I'd say 97.7% of them...
  9. QUOTE (newTOlabview @ Apr 30 2009, 08:51 AM) File>Edit VI Library... Maybe? I also have File Manager.vi under the Project menu but I don't remember if it is native to LabVIEW
  10. QUOTE (Black Pearl @ Apr 29 2009, 07:48 AM) That is the expected behavior when opening a VI with VI Server; you have to manage the FP opening explicitely. About the compatibility issue between LabVIEW versions, whether you use exe or dll, you can't open a VI reference to a VI having a different version in your application instance. However, you can have an executable (7.1) running for example the 7.1 plugins and another 8.6 application invoking them opening first an application reference with the VI Server.
  11. QUOTE (Ton @ Apr 13 2009, 01:02 PM) Did you try that? The debugged application is running in a Run-Time environment, where the BDWin.Open property is not supported.
  12. QUOTE (asbo @ Apr 14 2009, 02:02 PM) I didn't dare to put a unix path on a windows command line.... Ironically, using -pref /dev/null the application still creates the ini file.
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