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CharlesB

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  1. Hello, I have a problem building a package where one of the VIs has recursive call. This happens only when the package is built for LabVIEW 2014, I have no problem when I build it for LabVIEW 2011. But when building it for 2014, I get a strange cross-link error, while there is no cross-link (and it's the same VI as before). See image. Attached an archive with both 2011 and 2014 versions of the package, along with the package that needs to be installed as a dependency. PS can anyone with moderation privileges delete the spam messages on this forum? It looks like an abandoned place! VIPM recursive.zip
  2. is there any active development

    Just a guess, since no one answers: JKI has no resource to put on it, and might release it as open source (the page https://github.com/JKISoftware/JKI-VI-Tester already exists, without any code). The sooner the move to Github is done, the better. It's an excellent product used by industrials (like me) who need support!
  3. Can't run test case :-(

    Thanks for the update! Sorry for reporting a problem once again. I'm overall satisfied. But with this release, in the new templates, a very useful comment was removed in "setup": "If references opened in setUp, then keep this frame enabled". The frame contains "wait on testcomplete", effectively mandatory if you rely on opened references, and I removed it, thinking it was related to real-time target (which is the displayed case when you open the diagram). Fortunately I could find what the problem was, but it took me some time! I was imprudent, but with the previous comment I wouldn't have removed it.
  4. Can't run test case :-(

    Hi, I agree with this list, and last point should really be made clearer to new users, I was hit by this too. By the way, is VI Tester still maintained? A quick browse of the forum shows known bugs, and enhancements that should be straightforward to implement, but the last release is nearly 3 years old... Thanks anyway for making it available!
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