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The most impressive fact of the new Labview 2024 ...

Issues found for LabView 2024 Q1:

1) Update VIs for a shared library doesn't work. 

2) Help button works differently for the different VIs: 

Some of them LabView Help opens within LabView, others it directs to a website which is loading too slow. 

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@Abu_Rashed wrote:

Issues found for LabView 2024 Q1:

1) Update VIs for a shared library doesn't work. 

2) Help button works differently for the different VIs: 

Some of them LabView Help opens within LabView, others it directs to a website which is loading too slow. 


 it directs to a website which is loading too slow:

Changing NI Help Preferences

 

What exactly do you mean "Update VIs for a shared library doesn't work."?

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I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .

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@Abu_Rashed wrote:

I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .


Ah, OK, got this. This tool is "very sensitive", not every header file is suitable for successful conversion. For some libraries it works, for some — not. Or do you have particular library which was successfully imported in prior version and now in 2024 this wizard stops working?

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@Abu_Rashed wrote:

I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .


That's OT. This thread is about impressive facts in LV2024...

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Yes, I used this tool in LabView 2016 without any issue. 

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

@Abu_Rashed wrote:

I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .


That's OT. This thread is about impressive facts in LV2024...


Most impressive for me will be the fact, when import shared lib wizard will really work for any given library. But I don't think that it will happened in near future.

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@Andrey_Dmitriev wrote:

wiebe@CARYA wrote:

@Abu_Rashed wrote:

I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .


That's OT. This thread is about impressive facts in LV2024...


Most impressive for me will be the fact, when import shared lib wizard will really work for any given library. But I don't think that it will happened in near future.


I'm not even sure it's feasible.

 

I think AI will be able to do this (acceptably, not perfect, ) before a man made algorithm 'parsing' the code to match specifications. 

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@Andrey_Dmitriev wrote:

wiebe@CARYA wrote:

@Abu_Rashed wrote:

I am unable to import a shared library DLL or update a shared library DLL using the import shared library wizard .


That's OT. This thread is about impressive facts in LV2024...


Most impressive for me will be the fact, when import shared lib wizard will really work for any given library. But I don't think that it will happened in near future.


It's equally likely to happen as finding a medication that will cure every disease on earth. Simply impossible to do.

 

Shared Libraries use a form of interface that is based on the C syntax. The C syntax is not designed to describe an interface completely but to be brief and concise and provide the minimum possible amount of information that lets a C compiler link to it. How the function needs to be called properly is part of the programmers work that calls this function and that requires knowledge based on the description of the function (if the according documentation is available), naming conventions that are just that, conventions that some people use and others abuse, and quite often trial and error until it doesn't crash anymore!

 

Nothing any automatic tool can do, no matter how much "automatic intelligence" you throw at it.

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@rolfk wrote:


It's equally likely to happen as finding a medication that will cure every disease on earth. Simply impossible to do.


But ... what about crystals?! 😉

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