Neil Pate Posted July 21, 2020 Report Share Posted July 21, 2020 Urgh, I am working on a new framework for RT and LabVIEW has gotten itself so confused. I am getting really weird things when I try and duplicate some of my (homegrown) actor classes. LabVIEW is searching for some of the RT utilities in totally the wrong directory. I have tried mass compiling and often that just crashes, but I did manage to get this log message: Search failed to find "NI_Real-Time Target Support.lvlib:RT Get CPU Loads.vi" previously from "<vilib>:\Utility\RT Get CPU Loads.vi" +=+ Caller: "System Status Actor.lvclass:Update.vi" Now, this library does not exist at that directory, rather there is another vi.lib in Targets\NI\RT and it lives in that vi.lib directory Now I am kinda stuck... My code runs sort of ok. Sometimes it just refuses to run on the cRIO (but I have seen this behaviour with RT for years now so just gotten used to it) but I cannot mass compile it or it just crashes. I have tried resetting the class mutation history but his also crashes LabVIEW 😞 Any ideas what I can try? This is a real pain. I do of-course have my history in git, but I don't really feel like trying to step back in time and figuring out what the heck actually happened. Quote Link to comment
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