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vrf Where can I get Compiled instrument drivers?

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 18, 2007
William.Drago@L-3com.com wrote:
> Well, I let VEE do the compile for me. It does that when you specify a
> .id instead of a .cid.

I found way too many cases where this didn't work right- including with VEERUN, so I always do the compile myself
>
> As for the compiler itself, when I start it a dos window opens then
> closes immediately. It doesn't prompt for the filename?

as with most command-line programs there's a brief help available:

idc -?       will give you the syntax.

idc [-o output_directory] id_file

regards

Stan


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