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A Downconvert VI Requests thread was created to try to keep all conversion requests from a newer version of LabVIEW to an older version of LabVIEW in one place.
While there is sort of a thread to post requests to upconvert VIs from LV 5.0 to 8.5, I figured a more general "upconvert" thread would provide symmetry to the Downconvert VI Requests thread.
Please use this thread to post requests to upconvert VIs from an older version of LabVIEW to a newer version of LabVIEW.
In your post please indicate:
source LabVIEW version
target LabVIEW version
Thanks for creating this thread, SMercurio!
Here is my request: some (not all) VIs in the attachment are LV3.1, but my oldest installed LV is 7.1.
I'd be grateful if someone could convert them to LV 8.5 (or at least LV7.1)
Dennis Knutson wrote:
What's wrong with the 8.0 driver?
There's probably nothing wrong with that driver, but the LLB that I'd like to upconvert is a collection of my own VIs I wrote years ago, and already then (and still now) I preferred to write my own 'lean' drivers (lean= no VISA, plain IEEE488.2 code). Also some of the VIs in the posted LLB don't have a counterpart in the official driver suite...
So, if anyone could upconvert it, it would be great.
But I'll have a look at the more recent HP3458 drivers to see what they can do for me.
Using VISA does not add enough overhead to really notice, imho, but to each their own I guess.
Since converting from 3.1 requires the conversion kit (which is LabVIEW 4.0), you might have to wait awhile since I doubt very many users still have 4.0 installed. If you were to request the kit and post them in 4.0, it would be much simpler.