One of the extremely powerful tools of graphical programming is compounding a set of modules into a single new module. Nevertheless even if this is a fully automated process, the compiler is not smart enough to generate useful documentation, nor is it able to fixate or reorder parameters. This post elaborates on how to merge a set of TiViPE modules to a new module.
TiViPE has been created originally keeping in mind that users had created a library and wanted to use the available routines of the library within TiViPE without additional programming.
Many TiViPE users however start using TiViPE and the graphical icons, and find it an easy way to program until, they meet the moment that the graphical icon/module they have in mind to use does not exist. So far they never considered even to create a new module, but as soon as a new module needs to be created it is very likely that the required routine call needs to be programmed as well.