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  1. I am getting started with using TFS for source code control with LabVIEW. I am using TFS 2013 and LabVIEW 2013. I have a few questions: What is the best way to move files from one project folder to another? The "move on disk" doesn't appear to be a good option. I want to be able to make file moves if needed and don't want my project to end up blowing up with conflicts. It appears that once source control is set up in LabVIEW that all check in/check out operations need to happen in LabVIEW and not TFS or windows explorer. Correct? I just noticed the "Include callers when che
  2. Very pleased to see the New JSON Encode and Decode in the palettes of LabVIEW 2013. I've looked at using them instead of the various libraries out there and I'm in two minds whether I will convert my current apps or use them in the future instead of those 3rd party libraries now I have had a chance to play.. Let's start off by saying they work great They are orders of magnitude faster than 3rd party ones and they adhere vehemently to the JSON standard. It's the last bit I'm in two minds about. JSON is subset of Javascript (EMACS). Javascript is dynamically typed, which means that any
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