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Runtime Engine 5.0.1

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I've got LV CDs all the way back to 4.0, however is it really the run-time you want?

If you want to see the code and not just a running application you will need to install the development environment.

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QUOTE (Mads @ Aug 29 2008, 03:10 PM)

Would yo kindly mail me runtime engine? I've got Labview 8.5 and hence with Runtime engine I can see the code.

Pl. send the file in LAVA.

QUOTE (lraynal @ Aug 29 2008, 02:55 PM)

You can find all the available Runtime Engine on the NI FTP site at the address:

BUT the older one is the 5.1.1

there is no trace of the 5.0 that you are looking for !

Perhaps someone has what you are looking for in an old backup ?

Good luck,

Laurent

Hi!

Thanks !

I am aware of this site but it doesnot have 5.0.1.

Any other source?

Sandesh

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QUOTE (sandesh @ Aug 29 2008, 08:28 AM)

Would yo kindly mail me runtime engine? I've got Labview 8.5 and hence with Runtime engine I can see the code.

Pl. send the file in LAVA.

Hi!

Thanks !

I am aware of this site but it doesnot have 5.0.1.

Any other source?

Sandesh

if you really need to see the code , send it to me (if it isn't too large) and I will bring it up to a version that can be opened with 8.5 and send it back....

send it to n8dcj@yahoo.com

Dan

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QUOTE (sandesh @ Aug 29 2008, 03:54 AM)

Hi!

Any one has Labview runTime engine 5.0.1?

I need it to see the code.

Pl. help.

Regards

Sandesh

What is your end goal here?

installing 5.1.1 will still allow you to view and change the code.

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QUOTE (mballa @ Aug 29 2008, 07:15 PM)

What is your end goal here?

installing 5.1.1 will still allow you to view and change the code.

I tried with 5.1.1 but it did not work

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Do you want to open and edit the code (you need the same or a higher version of the LabVIEW development environment to do that), or do you want to just run a built executible (you need the same version of the LabVIEW Run Time Engine)? They are two very different needs that require two vrey different things. So, to ask Mark's question again:

QUOTE (mballa @ Aug 29 2008, 09:45 AM)

What is your end goal here?

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