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  1. Browse by label or search in the LabVIEW Idea Exchange to see if your idea has previously been submitted. If your idea exists be sure to vote for the idea by giving it kudos to indicate your approval!
  2. If your idea has not been submitted click Post New Idea to submit a product idea to the LabVIEW Idea Exchange. Be sure to submit a separate post for each idea.
  3. Watch as the community gives your idea kudos and adds their input.
  4. As NI R&D considers the idea, they will change the idea status.
  5. Give kudos to other ideas that you would like to see in a future version of LabVIEW!
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View for driver, add-ons... dependencies

Almost every time I work on a new test system and start documenting, I can't tell which drivers, add-ons... the code depends on.

The documentation (design description) should at a minimum tell a new developer what drivers, add-ons... must be installed to have the code executable on a development machine.

I've issued a support request on this, but the support team told me that there are no such funtionality in LabVIEW. The Dependencies folder in the project gives you some indications. VI Hierarchy and VI Analyzer also give some indications. The only way to sort this out is to install LabVIEW stripped from all extras and then install one driver/add-on... at a time until your code gets executable.

 

My suggestion is that the LabVIEW development environment is equipped with a functionality where the drivers, add-ons... required for your code can be shown.