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Hello everybody! Wondering how many people have tried the new vipm.io site. We have added a ton of features to make it easy to Discover LabVIEW Tools and there are some cool ones coming soon. Check it out and let me know what you think 😀 Javier
Hi all, I have been trying to use VIPM to distribute drivers that rely on a .NET framework that is unsigned (i.e not in the global assembly cache). My issue is that after the package is installed, none of the VIs will work because LabVIEW cannot locate the .net assembly. However, if I launch labview by opening the library VIPM installed, all of the VIs will work, and LabVIEW is able to locate the the .Net framework and it appears in the main application instance. I need to be able to use the installed vis all the time, not just when LabVIEW is launched in this particular way. Here i
I tried to install one of my packages using VI Package Manager 2013 and was surprised to see the error message "This package is not compatible with any LabVIEW version on this computer." The package is supposed to be compatible with any LabVIEW version >= 8.6 and I have 2013 installed. After some Googling, I found this: http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/9A84C532AB9268BD86257CEF00794E70 It turns out that I had compiled the package using VIPM 2014 and thus it is not compatible with VIPM 2013. I suppose that this makes sense but the error message shown in VI package manager is ver
I see in VIPM that there is the OpenG Toolkit, then the individual packages as well. Is the intent to install the OpenG Toolkit (assuming you want all the modules) package, then update the individual modules as they are updated? I feel safe in assuming that *since I've already installed all the individual packages that there is nothing for me to be bothered about, if I am correct in assuming that the "OpenG Toolkit" package is just a snapshot of a major release or when the appropriate person feels like updating the snapshot. Ryan R.