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Panther Dashboard for DQMH

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ReleasedMay 04, 2024
Publisher PantherLAB
License BSD
LabVIEW VersionLabVIEW>=19.0
Operating System Windows NT,Linux
Dependencies delacor_lib_delacor_qmh_event_scripter   delacor_lib_qmh   delacor_lib_dqmh_toolkit   ni_tree_map   wovalab_lib_asciidoc_for_labview   wovalab_lib_antidoc   wovalab_lib_antidoc_add_on_labview_project_documentation  
Used By unites_ddb  
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Panther Dashboard for DQMH

Panther Dashboard for DQMH is an open-source LabVIEW tool designed to improve the developer experience for DQMH projects. It provides a range of features to help you explore, edit, and document your LabVIEW projects more easily, including:

» Drag and drop DQMH Public API VIs Panther Dashboard to your code.
» Explore your project/code in the DQMH context, just double click an event/module
» Visualize your modules Status (running, Idle)
» Identify if your modules are under dependencies (different Glyphs)
» Search for Module/Event Callers/Listeners, right click an event or a DQMH Module to use this functionality.
» Search where are your modules being launched/stopped
» Open Event Arguments
» Open API Tester by Right Click the Module Library
» Execute the default events [Show Panel, Hide Panel, Show Block Diagram, Stop Module]
» Use the DQMH Scripting Tools.
» Call Antidoc
» Open Antidoc output.
» Help to edit your project/modules/events documentation using the DQMH Context Help.
» Create Custom Error constant vis
» Create Custom Constant vis
» Edit your module's timeout and names
» Edit your Request and wait for reply timeouts.
» etc.

To use Panther Dashboard for DQMH, open a LabVIEW project and go to:

Tools->PantherLAB->Panther Dashboard for DQMH

Tool Documentation:

Report any issues and request features at:

For more information please send an email to:

Release Notes (May 04, 2024)

In older DQMH modules, there was no DQMH text tag on the Module Previous scripts relied on this tag, which caused problems. A fix was implemented by adding extra scripting code to correctly identify the module's name constant. Additionally, the new feature named 'Edit Module' uses the same method to effectively find and edit the module's name constant.

The 'Show project DQMH Info' feature has been enhanced to provide more accurate information. Previously, it had trouble identifying the correct names of constants and counting the number of helper loops. This unreliability stemmed from modules potentially lacking labels for their helper loops. The improvements now address these issues, making the information presented by the feature more trustworthy.

enrique was a contributor to this release

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