Francois Normandin Posted August 23, 2008 Report Share Posted August 23, 2008 Aside from tagging VIs for code maintenance purposes, I was wondering this morning if I shouldn't experiment with VI tags to replace INI settings that could be changed by the user, but only from the UI. I've seen comments that it would be more secure under certain circumstances. Any thoughts as to how smart a move that would be in general? I already hear that it's nice to see quickly from a text file what are the settings and I agree. But what about making sure ini keys are properly set? Changing them from inside the VI could enforce that. Besides, there is no way the file could be missing altogether... VI tags are easily found in Invoke node and can contain any data type. (I can foresee a nice OpenG set of VIs for that...) Quote Link to comment
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