This plugin adds to the Create menu when controls, constants, wires and nodes are selected. The new options will wire the selected objects to a Bundle, Build Array or Concatenate Strings, depending upon the objects' types. There are menu items that use all source terminals of the selected objects as well as those that only use currently unwired terminals.
Operates on constants, controls, wires and nodes (Loops, SubVIs, Case Structures, etc.)
If all source terminals are similar types (i.e. the same or all numerics), Build Array is an option.
If the source terminals are all strings, Concatenate Strings is an option as well.
The wiring may require some manual cleanup, especially if creating bundlers for large numbers of objects or objects that are very far away from each other.
When creating bundles from wires, the wire's source terminal's location is used to determine where to place the bundle. This can result in the bundle being created in an unexpected location.
Bundles created using terminals on the top or bottom edge of a node may be in a misleading location:
Both the indicator and the Build Array are connected to the same terminal in this image.
Attachement is saved in LabVIEW 2015. For install instructions, go here.