I have Labview 2017, LabWindows/CVI, FPGA, Real Time, and Vision Acquisition software. I'm converting a (working, source exists) DLL to Linux for a project. If I'm not successful, the LabView application must be very extensively rewritten and there is a very significant amount of documentation to be revised. It would be essentially castrated, in fact.
How does one include specified libraries in the definition for Eclipse. In particular, how does one include <analysis.h> and <cvitre.h>? I am aware of http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370051AG-01/cvi/programmerref/using_cvi_libraries_in_externa... and http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370051AG-01/cvi/programmerref/compilinginextcompforlinkincvi... among others.
In case anyone has similar questions:
In your Eclipse project, make sure that the project type is specified as a Shared Object/Library and not an application/binary. By simply changing the project type in Eclipse, it will automatically use the correct flags when calling gcc
Here are some resources for including specified libraries in the definition for Eclipse.