Hi Marc A,
Is there anyway you could post a small piece of your code that reproduces this behavior?
I might indeed be a bug, but to get any information from R&D, I will need to be able to reproduce the behavior here.
Have a great day,
I've tried opening a couple of the classes outside of the project to get something to show, but it doesn't cause the problem. I can't attach the whole project here, so I suppose the best way would be to contact support and send it to someone there to look at. I could upload it somewhere and PM you a link if you wanted to look at it first.
Hi Mark A,
Yes, at this point, contacting support would probably be best (assuming you have a support contract). Just visit ni.com/support.
Have a great day,
Not really. I made a handful run inline, but I've dealt with this problem since before I went through and did that.
I fear I must join you in this misery... 😞
I now face similar symptoms. Everything I do slows the entire PC down to a crawl..
The only applications that are open are Outlook, Word and a couple of command prompts which were closed before I noticed the slow-down.
It's been behaving slowly since Monday. But as I add more code, it is becoming more painfully slow.
I haver used LVOOP on 2 other projects before and did not notice any development speed issues.. This is the first time I experience that.
I contacted support and sent my project. The person I talked to spent several days with it and although he saw the same issue, was not able to determine the cause. It was then sent to R&D. They think it has to do with type propagation. It's only been getting worse for me, and really starting to annoy me.
A CAR has been filed, so now all I can do is wait to hopefully get a solution soon.
I thought I'd post what happens when I edit anything of the block diagram (remove a wire, add a function as basic as add or subtract).
The program hangs and if I click on anything I get blank windows until it returns from the twilight zone.
I also notice spikes in CPU performance.
Inerting a new state in a Type Def enum:
Adding a VI on the block diagram: