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  1. I use SVN for version control in my project and am often faced with many conflicted VIs that must be dealt with. I have found that frequently, the changes causing these conflicts are not "real" changes (for example, a wire was moved or a typedef for a cluster control was changed). So, I am trying to create a tool that queries my project directory for any VIs that have conflicts, and running the VI Comparison tool with only non-cosmetic changes enabled to automatically find VIs that don't have any "real" changes and marked the conflicts as resolved. I would like to build the tool into a .exe be
  2. Has anyone actually configured Git to work with LVCompare or LVMerge? (I've seen some threads on various boards saying it "should be something like" <x>, but it isn't quite <x> and I haven't found anywhere that someone has actually described it successfully.) Notes: I know how to configure TortoiseSVN to work with LVCompare and LVMerge. My new employer is moving to Git (some good, some bad in that, in my opinion, but that is another topic). I have been using Git for a few months now with reasonable success and decided I should try to set up graphical differencing. [OK,
  3. 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
  4. Here is the set-up: I have a component project library (StepperMotor.lvlib) that I have moved to the userlib in order to facilitate reuse over multiple projects. Within the library I have 1) a strict typedef (StepperMotor.ctl) cluster that contains a numeric control for expressing the maximum output step rate. 2) the StepperMotor.lvclass, an abstract class that contains effectively virtual methods (they do nothing but wire inputs to outputs) and LabVIEW-generated accessor methods for the two items in the class private data. This is LabVIEW 2013 SP1 on Windows 8.1. OK, so I start
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