- First thing you want to do, is download and install VI Package Manager.
- Next, you want to tell VIPM about your LabVIEW versions, so that it can install the OpenG libraries onto your LabVIEW versions. See the getting started documentation for instructions.
- Check the network for packages -- this will let VIPM know which packages are available. See the getting started documentation for instructions.
- Install packages on your LabVIEW versions
- Make sure that the ogrsc_dynamicpalette package is installed. This is necessary, in order to see the "OpenG" category in your functions palette
- Have fun! -- you can restart LabVIEW and start using the OpenG libraries in your palette.
How do I use VIPM to get OpenG libraries installed onto LabVIEW?
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Posted 24 January 2007 - 01:46 AM
OK, you've heard the hype and you want to install all the great OpenG libraries into your LabVIEW palettes. Where do you start?