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vrf developing with libraries

Question asked by paul.fowler on May 22, 2003

Try using the Import Library object in the MAIN of LIB1.vee to load
LIB1.vee as a library named INST1. You will then have copies of all the UFs
available correctly named. When you make a change hit "save" followed by
"start" in MAIN to re-load the altered version.

Have briefly tested this and it seems to work OK.

Paul F





                    Richard Kleinhenz       To:  "VEE vrf" <vrf@it.lists.it.agilent.com>
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                              21/05/03      Subject:  [vrf] developing with libraries
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I need some advice on working with libraries.  I would like to have
instrument dependent subroutines in separate libraries, to be loaded during
runtime.  If a specific instrument subroutine SUB1 needs to call another
instrument subroutine SUB2 in the same library INST1, I am running into
some gotchas during development.  For the call to work in the main program,
the call needs to be to INST1.SUB2.  But now, I can't play around in LIB1
directly, debugging, because if I call SUB1 in a test MAIN mdule, it calls
INST1.SUB2 which does not work.  It needs to call SUB2 directly.  So I
started making a SUB1local version also, for debugging.  But this quickly
gets out of hand, having each routine twice.

Maybe I am missing some basic feature.  How do others develop instrument
driver libraries?
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Regards,
Rich
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Richard Kleinhenz
Wafer Engineering
845-892-2617
scubaman@us.ibm.com
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