I can give you my solution here:
I add the file "legacy_stdio_definitions.lib" to "Linker -> Input -> Additional Dependencies". Then, the problem is solved. I use Win10, VS2015 and my software is released in 64-bit.
It works on my software. I am not sure whether it is still work for you. If you try my method, please give me your feedback. Thanks.
My version of niScope_32.dll is 220.127.116.11152 / 4.3.0f0, it's OK.
With your library, it compile fine, thanks a lot for this.
I don't use LabWindows/CVI, so I yhink thaht the kind of trouble you feel doesn't append to me.
Thanks again, this "special" release allows me to work until the next release.
I don't tried your solution, with the library delivered by Balexand I have linked without any error.
Anyway, thanks for your solution, it can be very useful for some other people.
Now NI-SCOPE version is 16.0. However, this issue is still not solved. Is there any news about solving this issue?
Changes that went into NI-SCOPE 16.0 were mostly just for LabVIEW 2016 support. You may notice that niScope_32.dll is still the same version (4.3.0f0).
We are aware that this issue is still open. It is being tracked as Bug ID 546023.