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CAR# 378165 LabVIEW Version 11.0.1f2 In a VI for a FPGA target, if an error cluster is wired to one input of an OR gate that has a Boolean wired to the other input, then in the "generate intermediate files" process that precedes the Xilinx bitfile generation, "stage 1 of 7" (analyzing VI hierarchy) will very repeatably crash while processing the VI. See attached PDF.
Hi. I have this 'Error & Warning' toolset with a functions and a controls palette: The controls palette contains only a single control, basically a subVI dropping its contents on the front panel when dragged there. That contents is two error clusters so I don't have to visit the control palette twice to get those (there are a small number of additional changes to these controls, mainly label and caption formatting to match GPower style). When dragged and dropped I have this on the FP: When dropping these it'd be nice if some additional stuff happened, like they automatically got wired to the correct connectors on the conpane (if they are available), maybe they placed themselves more conveniently than where you just happened to drop them etc. Now, I have been wrecking my brain about how to do make them do this. If I turn them into XControls it could probably be done, but I'd hate to turn something as fundamental as the error cluster into a proprietary XControl and litter those all over my (and other people's) VIs. I can't seem to get anywere with scripting on this one - the VI isn't being run when it spills its contents when dragged from the palette. Do you have any ideas, or is this too much work? I could maybe register some internal LV app event when the 'Error & Warning' toolset gets installed (it's a VIP), but that seems like a lot of work. Cheers, Steen