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I'm in the systems engineering group at NI. Over the course of the past year(s), we've received feedback (most recently here -- sorry, this link is in the ni.com/community CLA group so access may be restricted) that some members of the community would be interested in contributing to some of the projects we've already released, or potentially working with us to identify future projects that might benefit the community at large. We'd like to renew this conversation by opening up a discussion of what projects might interest the community. That discussion is posted here: https://decibel.ni.c
While creating a new a new repo in GitHub, I noticed there is not a template .gitignore for LabVIEW -- let's make one! After contacting GitHub support asking the proper channel for submitting a .gitignore to their set of templates, i received the following response: "We have an open source repository, https://github.com/github/gitignore that we use to accept contributions for the gitignore templates. The way we accept new contributions is through pull requests" From the readme.md on that repo, "Since this repo includes a large and diverse number of programming languages, frameworks, editor
I am playing with GitHub as a possible replacement for our current SCC tool. Do you guys use Git or GitHub? What client app do you use? Any recommendations? I am specifically leaving the topic scope open, so feel free to praise/rant/headscratch.
Hi all, In order to teach myself to use LVOOP -it's about time to start- I've decided to start with a little project that I've had in mind for a long time, I've called it LVOOP VIServer, I hope it doesn't sound too pretentious. The idea is to make a hierarchy of LVOOP classes that matches the LabVIEW Controls class hierachy in order to take advantage of dynamic dispatch. In a way it is related to this LIE Idea : Improve the "cluster to array" primitive For now I've implemented the parent class "Control" and two child classes "Path Control" and "String Control" and a bunch of VIs t