LabViewGitEnv - Everything you need to hold your LabView projects version controlled with GIT.

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This represents everything that is needed to hold your LabVIEW projects under version control with GIT. With this you can configure GIT to use LabVIEW's diff and merge tools to play with your projects. To view the actual code, switch to the branch that matches to your operating system. Currently only Windows is supported, but porting this to Linux or Mac should be fairly easy. Please contact me if you plan to do so.



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