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Hi,

 

Some Developer Suite 2013 disks have just arrived on my desk, so I assume the beta is now over.

I have had a bit of a look but can't seem to find the usual 'Whats new in LV2013' information. 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

 

Thanks.

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P@Anand wrote:

Writing to registry is a good way to save the top level configuration parameters like Checksum values. But for the data still I would go for writing to file like binary files (Cannot be edited manually) so your file is protected to a level. If you want to increase the number of parameters you can still easily do it.


I assumed he only meant to save the calibration value, which is a small enough number for the registry. The actual data should ofc be saved in a text or binary file.

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I am not denying writing to registry since its safegaurded in many way. But what i thought is if the calibration parameters increases in the future its better to have it in a file itself. 🙂

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@Yamaeda wrote:

P@Anand wrote:

Writing to registry is a good way to save the top level configuration parameters like Checksum values. But for the data still I would go for writing to file like binary files (Cannot be edited manually) so your file is protected to a level. If you want to increase the number of parameters you can still easily do it.


I assumed he only meant to save the calibration value, which is a small enough number for the registry. The actual data should ofc be saved in a text or binary file.

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I would greatly caution against using the registry.  Windows is becoming more and more locked down.  Even in Windows 7, you have to run as an administrator to be able to access the registry.  I've been told it is even worse in Windows 8.  Just right to a binary file the value you want.

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