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So I spent much of the afternoon looking over postings here on Source Control Software and LabVIEW. I must say I came away discouraged. I've been programming LabVIEW for over 20 years in a single one technician lab and never really needed any stinking source control. Well now that's not the case. But thought I'd just read some posts, determine what everyone else likes and be done!!!!! That didn't work out for me ether... Seems nobody really likes source control after all. Or at least there are issues with just about every option. So here is my situation. I'm still the single labVIEW
Hi all, I am fairly new to Labview development. I want to implement revision control software (SVN in particular) to my workplace. Before I can do this, I need to prove the concept and usefulness of the SVN application for us. I have used SVN in some degree in the past, and noticed tortoiseSVN integration with Labview via the TSVN Toolkit. I have a few questions regarding SVN and how I should organize my project files, in particular when using SVN. File organization has been a particular gray area for me in Labview, unlike linking my libraries and specifying their locations I don
Our IT department is rolling out a SCC package called Version Dog to our site. Looking a the website, it looks to be geared for PLCs but down in the documentation it mentions LabVIEW. Has anyone heard of this before? Used it? Have opinions on it? Not impressed by the amount of openly available non-fluff information on the website. We do have a SVN server running, however the network changes from when the current owners took over have FUBAR our ability to connect to SVN from our desk. This appears to be a much needed effort to version control the PLC programs (long overdue) and an attempt
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