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VI Package Manager – one busy year (part II)

In one of my last articles I mentioned that I’ve been keeping myself very busy, over the past year. My stated excuse was that I was writing a LabVIEW book (which has, by the way, just started shipping from the printer), but that [...]

Controlling the Exit of Built Applications

If you’ve ever built stand-alone executable applications (written in LabVIEW, of course), then you probably know that there are special issues that do you have to deal with in built applications that are not quite as important when you are only running your application inside the LabVIEW development environment. One often overlooked issue is how [...]

Still thinking in G – one busy year

Welcome to the new home of Thinking in G. You’ll notice that we now have our own web address, ThinkingInG.com. Previously, this site’s content was hosted on the LAVA blogs site (and I am very thankful to Michael A. and the LAVA community for this valuable service). Looking forward, I have a lot [...]

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