crelf Posted July 10, 2012 Author Report Share Posted July 10, 2012 But you defined your plugin interface in terms of an lvclass. You can't have a class in your interface unless both side are going to agree on the class definition. If you really want both side to not share any dependencies, then you can't have any dependencies in the interface between the sides. If your strict VI reference uses any class or typedef, then that definition must be shared. To operate the way you wanted, you can only use core data types in the connector pane of your plugins. Thanks Greg - that was the definitive answer I was looking for. Quote Link to comment
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