HubTool Open Source Distribution
This download includes the source distribution for the HubTool GUI application. The stand alone verions of HubTool can be found in the BrainStem development kit.
This download includes;
- HubTool GUI application source code.
The BrainStem Release 2.6
The BrainStem 2.6 release adds Python 2/3 compatibility and greatly improves
the stability of the LabVIEW API.
* The LabVIEW API includes vi name changes in order to align with our other API's.
This will break backwards compatibility. Functionally did not change.
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