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MathScript: Search Paths Page (LabVIEW MathScript Properties Dialog Box)

LabVIEW 2013 Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 371361K-01

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Requires: MathScript RT Module

In the LabVIEW MathScript Window, select File»LabVIEW MathScript Properties to display the LabVIEW MathScript Properties dialog box and select MathScript: Search Paths from the Category list to display this page.

If a target in a LabVIEW project supports MathScript, you can right-click the target, such as My Computer, select Properties from the shortcut menu, and select MathScript: Search Paths from the Category list to display this page.

Use this page to configure the default search path list and to specify the working directory for LabVIEW MathScript. Display this page from one of the following locations, depending on the environment for which you want to configure the search path list:

  • To configure the search path list for the LabVIEW MathScript Window, display this page from the LabVIEW MathScript Properties dialog box.
  • To configure the search path list for MathScript Nodes in a target in a project, display this page from the Properties dialog box for the target.
Note  To configure the search path list for MathScript Nodes in the main application instance, use the MathScript page of the Options dialog box.

This page includes the following components:

  • Search path(s) for .m files—Sets the default search path list for MathScript. LabVIEW searches the path list from top to bottom to find functions or scripts that you defined and want to execute in MathScript. The default is the LabVIEW Data directory.
  • Working directory—Indicates the default directory for saving and loading files in MathScript. The first directory in the Search path(s) for .m files list specifies the working directory. The default is the LabVIEW Data directory.
  • Add Folder—Adds a new folder to the bottom of the Search path(s) for .m files list.
  • Add Recursive—Adds a new folder and its subfolders to the bottom of the Search path(s) for .m files list.
  • Remove—Removes the selected folder from the Search path(s) for .m files list.
  • Down—Moves the selected folder down in the Search path(s) for .m files list.
  • Up—Moves the selected folder up in the Search path(s) for .m files list.

 

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