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  1. I'm getting an error "This package is not compatible with any LabVIEW version on this computer" but I'm fairly confident it should work. Is there a way to force it to install or edit the package?
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  2. Hi Ivan, This should be fixed in VIPM 2021 beta. -Jim
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  3. We're excited to announce the VIPM 2021 beta! You can Download VIPM 2021 Beta Software Here. Note: If you are a JKI Dragon Beta Tester, installing VIPM 2021 beta will remove JKI Dragon. Please do not install VIPM 2021 beta on the same machine on which you wish to continue testing JKI Dragon. What's New: Supports LabVIEW 2021 beta Main UI layout and usability improvements [build 2732] Fix - Installing packages with deep recursion (e.g. A>B>C>A) was getting stuck and hanging VIPM (e.g. SQLite toolkit). This has been fixed. [build 2732] Fix - Detect
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  4. Thanks! By the way, the link on the download page still says "VIPM 2020", although it correctly links to the 2021 discussion forum.
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  5. User Stories: As a user of VI Package Manager on a system that is not connected to the internet, I want to output a list of dependencies for a package so I can go download them. As a developer I would like to get a list of packages and dependencies to add to my software's documentation.
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  6. This is the event log I get when I try to open VIPM file handler: Log Name: Application Source: Application Hang Date: 4/16/2021 11:22:05 AM Event ID: 1002 Task Category: (101) Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: Description: The program VIPM File Handler.exe version 2020.3.0.2540 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Security and Maintenance control panel. Process ID: 1664 Start Time: 0
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  7. Cross posting here for visibility: Building a basic plugin-based application with HAL using JKI SMO, MGI Solution Explorer, and LabVIEW 2020 interfaces - NI Community Happy to answer any questions about the design process or application. Thanks for checking it out! -Nate
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