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Nomen.Nescio

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  1. Nomen.Nescio

    Once again: vi version conversion

    193/5000 @crossrulz: Thank you for your help! @ShaunR: And how to open newer files than 2009 .... Otherwise, you are right, especially when thinking of the huge ballast of each new version ... @ ALL: The version handling on LabVIEW I find absolutely scary. Is there really no way (for unprotected VIs) just to get to the block diagrams ???
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    Once again: vi version conversion

    I wanted to ask if there is an actually (workable) solution to load one or more VIs, which are created in a newer version than the one I used (cf. https://lavag.org/topic/11502-conversion-new-to-old/ or https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW-Idea-Exchange/LabVIEW-Version-conversion-tool/idi-p/3167322 or https://forums.ni.com/t5/Version-Conversion/bd-p/VersionConversion ). It's NOT about EXECUTING, it's just about looking at the block diagram or converting it to a previous version. Unfortunately, NI does not still seem to offer a tool for doing so. At www.labviewmakerhub.com there used to be a REVERT online tool. Unfortunately this is no longer available. In addition, in many cases there will be licensing and privacy barriers to upload any code to "online services". Specifically, I would have the problem that I'm programming a code of interest from github ( https://github.com/show6114/LV-string2hexview ) in 2016, but I have only 2015. Of course, you could always update your own version to never have such problems, on the other hand, not everyone is a version junkie and often there are also license obstacles in the way. So my question in the round: Is there something new to solve such problems? Alternatively, could someone be so nice to convert the code for me? The latter would help me a lot - the former would be very interesting! string2hex.vi Open file in hex view.vi Run all ASCII code.vi
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