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"Start Asynchronous Call" as it should be

Neat.  Yeah I've abandoned all LLBs for a while now.  Everyone I find in my development I usually flatten into a folder.  As for why the VIPM won't build I couldn't figure it out.  I posted on the JKI forums asking for help and attached the build spec there.

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@Hooovahh wrote:
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The only one I'm having problems with at the moment is the Compare to Constant.  If I try to build with it in the package it errors out saying it can't find files that are definitely there.  I'll keep messing with it to see if I can get it working.


Look in the ability SelectMenu5.vi.  Try changing that malleable vi to Coerce To Type.  See if that helps.

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@paul_cardinale wrote:


Look in the ability SelectMenu5.vi.  Try changing that malleable vi to Coerce To Type.  See if that helps.


Nope but thanks for the suggestion.

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Oh boy thanks Paul for the suggestion, it now builds and here is an updated package which is the same as the last, but it now includes the Compare to Constant XNode.  You might want to consider posting these over the Code Repository on LAVA.  I don't mind providing the VIPM config I've been using so you can maintain it.

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Beautiful! Wish I could kudo more than once!

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@ConnerP wrote:

Beautiful! Wish I could kudo more than once!


I'll do it for you!

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GAAA!!  Bugs!

I found and fixed the following bugs:

  1. In "LVObject MethodSelector.xnode"
    1. It wasn't seeing methods that were in virtual folders, only those at the root of the class library.
    2. It was showing methods without regard to access scope.  Not it only shows methods that are allowed in the scope of your BD.
  2. In "Index and Unbundle.xnode", this nasty one:

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The complete updated set is attached.

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Well that was bad.  I introduced a new bug that ruined it.

Here's the fixed up version.

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Upgrade for "LVObject MethodSelector.xnode"

The previous version would only show methods of the wired class,

This version shows the methods of the ancestors as well.

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Here's an upgrade for "Asynchronous Call.xnode":

  • Bug fix pertaining to preserving state info when updating from an earlier version

  • Much better help (now includes the name, location,  and description of referenced VI).

  • Icon now indicates if the referenced VI is broken.

  • Reloads the referenced VI less often

  • Much less finicky when the referenced VI is broken (for instance it wouldn't show the terminals if the VI was broken)

I've also included a new one: "Call By Ref in Other Context.xnode".

 

Now, can anybody figure out how you can make it so you can step into these?

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