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About Antoine Chalons

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  • Birthday September 10

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  1. Hello Map lovers I've just posted an idea on the NI Exchange to suggest an option to have reverse indexing option on a for loop. https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW-Idea-Exchange/Reverse-order-indexing-for-Map-on-for-loop/idi-p/4088548
  2. I do not. Not yet hopefully. I work in a team of 4 devs, I'm pretty sure submodules - if well mastered - could help us improve the way we collaborate but even after watching Greg's talk I'm not feeling confident enough to dive in and drag my 3 co-devs in this. Yet.
  3. "unlisted" should be enough to hide away from lurkers, no?
  4. That's what i suspected when I read that vipm.io is for community packages So I don't really see the point of a private list
  5. We have some packages that we want to share within the company and maybe sometimes with a few developers from outside of the company and I just wanted to know how confident I can be that no one else is going to be able to access these packages.
  6. your questions is sooo clear maybe this can help : https://github.com/unipsycho/LabVIEWdotNetDataGrid
  7. I have used it and I have a question about the package list that we can create : a list can be private / unlisted / public, how "safe" is private? I mean, can I upload there the VIPs that I want no one have access to?
  8. At the end of the video you don't go too much into details about the missing block diagrams, I also noticed that the icon of the subvi is missing - that's not very important - but I was wondering if the connector pane is available, which leads me to my next question : after recreating the VIs from the EXE, if you replace the subVI with a newly created one with the same connector pane, are you able to generate the EXE?
  9. @hooovahh Hi, Somehow, I have Array VIMS installed on my computer, the latest version here on LAVA CR is, I can't quite remember where I found Has it been publish and them removed or is it just well hidden? Edit : Ha, I see it comes as a dependency of the Tremendous TDMS package
  10. When I run the install of VIPM I always run it as admin, and then set the VIPM EXE to always run as admin. I'd lower the level of the UAC to the lowest option and disable the anti-virus if you have one.
  11. Funny enough I've seen the opposite situation where an alliance partner company has been using NI HW+LabVIEW for years (rather successfully) and a new CTO was hired to give a new dynamic to the company, but he (the new CTO) thinks NI HW is too expensive and LabVIEW is slow and unstable by nature and definitely not a good tool for any industrial application ; so the lad is slowly but surely pushing his team to use some "real programming language". I was wondering if anyone has seen similar situations?
  12. AQ, I fully agree with hooovahh, if the event's point was to convey the message you summed up in a few lines, then I think it failed to be clear - didn't fail to be loud though. (side note : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nx7v815bYUw) Maybe we, LAVA people, are just a bunch of nerds who are too focused on technical none-sense to understand anything about corporate strategy. Aren't we obtuse. Anyway, thank you for cutting through the marketing blur and explaining with direct language.
  13. I completely agree. New CEO, new start, new world, new logo, new slogan. Good, that's the life of a large company trying too keep up with evolution. Hope it works. Something "extraordinary"... either I need to get a new dictionary or they do.
  14. omg... hp calcs, i hated them! I was more of a TI-8x guy my first coding experience was on a TI-80 in 1997 😱
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