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vrf Can of worms

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 17, 2006
 >   ... , on the other hand if he had to send it to a customer he would do it in LabView.  
>  His reason is that LV has a dump on CD,  one click install runtime-program, and walk away. 
On the other hand, in LV any time you make a sub-vi (like a Userfunction or userObject in VEE),
it gets created in a separate file.  So even a small program may consist of several files (in addition
to LV runtime).  In order to keep track of everything an install package is needed.  VEE keeps
everything in one file (until you start doing more complicated things).
~~Les Hammer 


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