This represents everything that is needed to hold your Lab VIEW projects under version control with GIT.

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You can use the Application Builder to create a build specification for and build a stand-alone application.

You can configure settings for specified VIs to add passwords, remove block diagrams, or apply other settings.

Here's everything you need to get off the GUI sidelines!

See all Product description As a long-time Lab VIEW programmer, I know how easy it is to create rich, graphical user interfaces with Lab VIEW.

However, if you use GIT Gui, there are few more settings to configure, and you can find them in the sections below. The one you are seeing here (master) should be fairly empty, the other ones represent everything that is needed for Linux, Mac and Windows.

In order to run this you will need Lab VIEW, GIT, and bash, which comes with msysgit for Windows users and should be preinstalled on any *nix system. If you have administrative rights, I suggest installing it system wide.

You need administrative rights to do that, so on Windows you need to have Git Bash opened as Administrator and on Linux and Mac you have to be root or use sudo.

This is recommended since GIT will be configured to only use Lab View Git Env for Lab VIEW file types. Beware: This does not get propagated through a push/pull.

Open GIT Bash as Administrator and issue the following commands is your windows user name.

Work on this is not done yet, but I suppose it should be pretty simple to do so.

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