Version 1.2.1, maintainance release with interface support

This new version is mainly a maintainance release, but it also brings you support for LabVIEW 2020 interfaces.

LabVIEW Interfaces in UML Class diagram

Important note: Antidoc CLI needs to be updated to be compatible with this version

Antidoc v1.2.1

The package is directly available through VI Package Manager.

Release note

New features

  • Handle LabVIEW interfaces –> #117


  • Better integration of progress bar API –> #99 and #100
  • Icons replace event types string in DQMH event table –> #104
  • Change UML Class diagram orientation –> #124

Bug fix

  • Add reference to classy Diagram Viewer in Legal Information section –> #97
  • Add config object input to all public VIs using the config –> #98
  • Lib filtering not correctly apply on callers –> #101
  • Wrong menu item name –> #102
  • Error during UML generation due to interfaces –> #116
  • Progress bar refresh for multi-target project –> #118
  • Empty section displayed –> #119
  • Missing item in library –> #123
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Version 1.2, UML Class Diagram and lots of improvements

This new version brings you lots of improvements and is going to interest LabVIEW developpers who are not using DQMH(T)framework. If you don’t want to read the change log, here is a sumary of what you get with this new version:

  • UML Class diagram representation
  • DQMH custom error listing
  • Multi-target support
  • A much better way to display information in the final document ; more useful content in less pages

Special thanks to Tatiana Boyé who contributed on the UML class diagram feature with her tool, classy Diagram Viewer.

Antidoc v1.2 in action

Important note: Antidoc CLI needs to be updated to be compatible with this version

We also know that some of LabVIEW devs are expecting more from Antidoc. Unfortunately, this version is not going to bring you the following stuff yet:

  • Specific AF parsing
  • Support for any kind of referenced class
  • Lots of awesome features we have in mind but didn’t develop yet
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release  UML