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Hello there,

This has got my head-scratching... I'd like to generate a path list of all the vi.lib calls in my application for refactoring purposes. As a bonus, I'd also like to find all of the callers of each vi.lib VI.

Using the VI Metrics tool, I was able to generate at least the the VI list by having my application in memory and then masking out the my application source directory by populating the "Exclude files in this folder from statistics" in the VI Metrics dialog. This at least gives me the VI name, is there a more programmatic solution to this problem - is the "Find" capability exposed in anyway with VI Server?

Regards,

ChromaBurst

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8.5 and earlier: VI Property "Callees"

8.6: VI Properties "Callees' Names" and "Callees' Paths" [The previous "Callees" is equivalent to "Callees' Names"]

Start at your top level VI and visit down the hierarchy.

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QUOTE (Aristos Queue @ Mar 26 2009, 12:30 AM)

8.5 and earlier: VI Property "Callees"

8.6: VI Properties "Callees' Names" and "Callees' Paths" [The previous "Callees" is equivalent to "Callees' Names"]

Start at your top level VI and visit down the hierarchy.

Many thanks, that's got me started again...

-Chroma

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