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Ben Stern

Support for MacOS High Sierra

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I've been tasked with trying to build packages on MacOS, but so far I have not been able to successfully build anything. The builds complete without error, but when I try to open the packages I just built they do not contain any files. I'm running MacOS High Sierra which is not explicitly supported by any version of LabVIEW at the moment, but I'm using LabVIEW 2016.

Has anyone successfully built packages on High Sierra? 

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Hi Ben. Thanks for your help trailblazing with VIPM on the Mac!  I don't have any experience with High Sierra -- I'm still on Sierra (10.12.x).

Are you using VIPM Pro or Community Edition? That might be the issue.

I just did a test and I can successfully build a package on Sierra using an internal test build of VIPM 2017f1 for Mac (yes, we're working on it). The package does have VIs in it and they get installed into the correct location.  However, for some reason the installed package doesn't show the VIs in the palette correctly. It looks like it's a problem with the MNU files that get created.


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