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john
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Tue Aug 01, 2006 3:16 pm   



Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John

Marco T.
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Tue Aug 01, 2006 5:43 pm   



"john" <conphiloso_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154445373.826354.312250_at_75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John


please don't post in multiple newsgroup.

Marco

john
Guest

Tue Aug 01, 2006 6:18 pm   



Hi,

I posted in multiple groups becuase the fuzzy nature of the question.
The question belongs to labview people, VHDL people and hardware FPGA
people plus its my right to post question in any group I want. IF U
DONT WANT TO ANSWER IT THEN DO NOT BOTHER OK!
Regards
Marco T. wrote:
Quote:
"john" <conphiloso_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154445373.826354.312250_at_75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John


please don't post in multiple newsgroup.

Marco


Ben Jones
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Wed Aug 02, 2006 12:55 pm   



"john" <conphiloso_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154456339.077044.118270_at_s13g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Hi,

I posted in multiple groups becuase the fuzzy nature of the question.

The correct way to do that is to cross-post. That way people who subscribe
to all these groups don't have to read and re-read your question and get
frustrated (like Marco no doubt just did).

Quote:
plus its my right to post question in any group I want.
IF U DONT WANT TO ANSWER IT THEN DO NOT BOTHER OK!

Yeah, yeah, we all have rights. There's no need to shout... :)

Cheers,

-Ben-

Marco T.
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Wed Aug 02, 2006 3:56 pm   



please don't post in multiple newsgroup and relax yourself.

Marco


"john" <conphiloso_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154456339.077044.118270_at_s13g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Hi,

I posted in multiple groups becuase the fuzzy nature of the question.
The question belongs to labview people, VHDL people and hardware FPGA
people plus its my right to post question in any group I want. IF U
DONT WANT TO ANSWER IT THEN DO NOT BOTHER OK!
Regards
Marco T. wrote:
"john" <conphiloso_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154445373.826354.312250_at_75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John


please don't post in multiple newsgroup.

Marco


John_H
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Wed Aug 02, 2006 4:26 pm   



"Marco T." <marc_at_blabla.com> wrote in message
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Quote:
please don't post in multiple newsgroup and relax yourself.

Marco

please don't post in multiple newsgroup.

Marco


Marco -

Why bother? What good do you do? Multiple newsgroups are required for this
question, he simply didn't cross-post "properly." Who besides you cares?

I just hate to see someone steered away from any newsgroup because of bad
experiences. Why try to use a newsgroup where people are condesending or
hostile?

That's the last I'll comment in this thread. I just wish I could help with
the original question.

- John_H

typhon62
Guest

Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:40 am   



john wrote:
Quote:
Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John

I was at the Embedded Systems Conference in SanJose this year and I sat
in on a 2 hour lecture on this. I initially thought the class was some
kind of joke, but yes, they were actually using LabView to generate
code for an FPGA. After sitting and watching a guy make a shift
register I left the class with my inital impression of the class, its a
joke.

I can look at a schematic and tell a circuit is a shift register, I can
look at VHDL/Verilog code and see a shift register, but that mess of
LabView crud they hade on the screen looked NOTHING like a shift
register. I know this is pretty much version 1 of their FPGA software,
but it will take much more work before it is ever usefull as a design
tool.

I can't see how this will ever catch on for LabView...


Guest

Fri Oct 14, 2016 2:51 am   



On Wednesday, August 2, 2006 at 3:16:13 AM UTC+12, john wrote:
Quote:
Hello,
National instruments has introduced new module in their labview 8 for
programming the xilinx FPGA chips. It converts the labview programs
into VHDL . It can borrow image processing libraries from the labview
too. I was wondering that if somebody has used this module form labview

can give me details about it.
Thanks
Regards
John


Pretty damned good now I would say. One of a kind.

Kevin Neilson
Guest

Sun Oct 16, 2016 8:10 pm   



Quote:
I can look at a schematic and tell a circuit is a shift register, I can
look at VHDL/Verilog code and see a shift register, but that mess of
LabView crud they hade on the screen looked NOTHING like a shift
register. I know this is pretty much version 1 of their FPGA software,
but it will take much more work before it is ever usefull as a design
tool.

I can't see how this will ever catch on for LabView...


That's been my impression of any "high-level" tool I've used, especially any graphical ones. They are possible in theory, but in practice they are generally terrible.


Guest

Tue Mar 21, 2017 5:35 am   



On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 7:10:07 AM UTC+13, Kevin Neilson wrote:
Quote:
I can look at a schematic and tell a circuit is a shift register, I can
look at VHDL/Verilog code and see a shift register, but that mess of
LabView crud they hade on the screen looked NOTHING like a shift
register. I know this is pretty much version 1 of their FPGA software,
but it will take much more work before it is ever usefull as a design
tool.

I can't see how this will ever catch on for LabView...

That's been my impression of any "high-level" tool I've used, especially any graphical ones. They are possible in theory, but in practice they are generally terrible.


How wrong can you be!! It's a fantastic tool.

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