I have written a new Analyzer that can take two channels as input. I would like both of these channels to be optional. Basically to make it flexible if either one of them are missing from the input data. Of course setting them both to None would not do much. But if I define both channels to optional via:
channel1->SetSelectionOfNoneIsAllowed( true );
channel2->SetSelectionOfNoneIsAllowed( true );
…then Logic2 crashes completely. Setting either one channel to optional works. Seems Logic2 does not like having all input channels as optional?
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I’d like to get this in our bug backlog, although we’ll likely need to add a bit more validation to ensure that at least one channel is set. In the short term, I suggest having 1 required channel, and then adding a Boolean field to “switch” channel the two channels.
For example, for 2 channel options A and B, perhaps A is required, but if the user only wants channel B, they could put it in the A setting, and check the box to switch them.