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About dwb

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    Longview, TX, USA

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    LabVIEW 2015
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    2007

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  1. I too, was looking for documentation on the OpenG toolkit, e.g. a list of VIs or better yet a page describing a particular one so I could link to it from forums so people will know what exactly I am talking about. This forum seems to be just Q&A. Is there a website where OpenG documentation exists? Also, I ran into links still directing or re-directing me to openg.org which is broken. How can the maintainer of https://sourceforge.net/projects/opengtoolkit/ be informed? It contains "OpenG Toolkit Web Site›" link to http://opengtoolkit.sourceforge.net/ which auto-forwards to http://www.openg.org/content/section/4/41/ which says "This page can’t be displayed". In fact, the whole server openg.org isn't found.
  2. Which document describes how to get started, i.e. how to open the utility?
  3. Thank you for explaining the purpose of the LVTM Control App. Can LVTM be used with LabVIEW built applications? Can it be compiled into an EXE for use on the target device?
  4. "LVTM Control App.exe" isn't in Documentation. It wants the 2013 RTE. Is it an application build of the tool that can be used on a target device (that does not have LabVIEW.exe installed) to debug a LabVIEW-built application executable? If so, how can I recompile it with 2015 so I don't need to put the 2013 RTE on the device? The only .lvproj I see where the application build specification might have been is for the regression test.
  5. The icon for user.lib\_OpenG.lib\string\string.llb\Multi-line String to Array__ogtk.vi and ...2__ogtk.vi contain a down arrow, slash, then left arrow. The down arrow represents a new line (or line feed character LF) and the left arrow a carriage return (CR). That the LF is in the upper left and the CR in the lower right implies that its end-of-line (EOL) is an LF followed by a CR. However, a string into it containing LFCR line endings is output with double the number of elements than it should, separate ones for the LF and the CR, such that every other element is an empty string for what it between them. In other words, it requires an EOL as a CR followed by an LF (CRLF) but the icon advertises LFCR. I happen to know of a hardware manufacturer that outputs LFCR and this VI did not work even thought the icon looked like it would.
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