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To generate a VI or set of VIs with a general driver to get low-end FPGA boards to work with LabView FPGA. Parameters will only come from the users to make this dynamic, this would be the total count of I/Os FPGA type, location of I/O items (eg. buttons) in the FPGA board, etc. It would be a bit of work, but also would pay off at the end. Doing such is no more than an extension of LabView if done well, let's say written in an xml file plus it would be a very powerful tool for researchers, and would generate more sales to use LabView FPGA for more researchers, university students, and engineers who want to test a few things without full initial commitment to NI tools.