flintstone Posted March 27, 2013 Report Share Posted March 27, 2013 Hi, I have the problem that the projects that I and a colleague developed cannot be built by our automatic build system, there are VIs missing which are part of an lvlib which we created. I managed to reproduce the problem by checking out to the same path as the automatic build does and there the lvlib does not find it's VIs either. Looking into the lvlib file with a text editor I saw paths (or URLs as they are called there) that equal our development environment. For trying I changed them in the text editor to the location where the build shall happen and, voilà, the lvlib would find it's VIs again. So these URLs are for sure absolute paths which are used to find the VIs. But from what I've read I understood that the lvlib (at least outside of vi.lib and user.lib) stores relative paths, so either I didn't get the point or something goes wrong there or it's a LV bug. Whatever it is but I really need to get this working so one option is to change the paths for the time being to relative paths. I tried with the format "./<subfolder>/<VI name>" but the dot is then replaced by the library name (which is, of course, not a valid directory). Does anybody know how to enter there a valid relative path? Thanks and cheers, flintstone Quote Link to comment
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