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Organizing a Project (Unit Test Framework Toolkit)

LabVIEW 2013 Unit Test Framework Toolkit Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 372584F-01

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You must create and save a LabVIEW project before you can use the LabVIEW Unit Test Framework Toolkit to create tests. Use projects to group together all the files you need to perform unit testing. Use virtual folders, auto-populating folders, and LabVIEW project libraries to organize a project.

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Using Libraries in LabVIEW Projects

Adding Files to a Project

Complete the following steps to add files, such as VIs, .lvtest files, .lvvect files, auto-populating folders, and LabVIEW project libraries, to a LabVIEW project.

  1. Create a new project or open an existing project.
  2. Right-click a target, such as My Computer, and select Add»File from the shortcut menu. A file dialog box appears.
  3. Navigate to and select the files you want to add to the project.
  4. Click the Add File button. The newly-added items appear at the bottom of the project tree, above the Dependencies icon.
    Note  When you add an item that is part of a LabVIEW project library, LabVIEW adds the entire project library to the project tree.
  5. Select File»Save to save the project.

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Creating a LabVIEW Project

Using Libraries in LabVIEW Projects

Using Folders to Organize a Project

You can use virtual folders, auto-populating folders, and project libraries to organize a project.

Complete the following steps to organize VIs, .lvtest files, and .lvvect files in a project.

  1. Open the LabVIEW project that contains the files on which you want to perform unit testing.
  2. Add a folder or project library to a project.
  3. Drag and drop VIs, .lvtest files, and .lvvect files to this folder. You also can add folders inside a folder.
  4. Select File»Save to save the project.

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Adding Folders to a Project

Adding Items to a Project


 

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