The NI LabWindows/CVI Run-Time Module for Linux extends the LabWindows/CVI development environment because programmers can create high-performance, stable applications on a Windows system and later compile and run these applications on a Linux target.
Rapid Development Quickly create multiplatform applications from the familiar LabWindows/CVI integrated development environment and continue to take advantage of a comprehensive ANSI development workspace that incorporates test and measurement-specific libraries, including hardware libraries, comprehensive analysis, and communication and threading utilities.
Tight I/O Integration Use full-featured hardware drivers to integrate diverse I/O such as analog, digital, dynamic signal acquisition, benchtop instruments, and high-accuracy modular instruments with your Linux applications.
Platform Versatility Optimize data acquisition, analysis, and presentation components of test and measurement applications while creating code that runs on multiple platforms due to built-in LabWindows/CVI library support and National Instruments driver support for Linux.
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