VI Package Manager (VIPM) > Using Package Configuration Editor

Package list

The package list is a table which displays information related to all the packages located in your configuration file. Each row is a package and each column is the package property.

Figure 31 The Package Configuration List

As shown in the figure above, all the information in one row belongs to one package. The symbol at the beginning of each package reflects the configuration status. The significance of each symbol is as follows:

 

Icon

State

Package is stored inside the configuration file?

Package version is not compatible with selected LabVIEW version or operating system.

YES

Package version is missing dependencies or there is a dependency conflict.

YES

The package version listed is not the latest. There is a newer version available.

YES

No Issues.

YES

No Icon

No Issues.

NO

Package version is not compatible with selected LabVIEW version or operating system.

NO

Package version is missing dependencies or there is a dependency conflict.

NO

The package version listed is not the latest. There is a newer version available.

NO

Table 2 - Package Configuration Editor Glyphs

Each column in the package configuration list is a property associated with the package.

      Name: The Product Name of the package

      Version: Version number of the package

      Repository: The name of the remote repository. If the package does not exist on a remote repository and it only exists in your library, you will see Unpublished here.

      Company: The name of the Company that created the package.


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