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Nightly Build (Thankyou The_E) 5591
Build 5591

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Revision: 5591
Author: portej05
Date: 11:53:07 PM, Thursday, 10 September 2009
Message:
ifdefing out of global exception handler pending removal.
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/exceptionhandler/exceptionhandler.cpp
Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/exceptionhandler/exceptionhandler.h
Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/freespace2/freespace.cpp

Revision: 5590
Author: portej05
Date: 11:49:56 PM, Thursday, 10 September 2009
Message:
_asm int 3; replaced with DebugBreak for MSVC users
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/osapi/osapi.cpp

Revision: 5589
Author: portej05
Date: 11:49:13 PM, Thursday, 10 September 2009
Message:
If -fps is specified, the framerate should always be shown.
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/freespace2/freespace.cpp

Revision: 5588
Author: portej05
Date: 11:44:25 PM, Thursday, 10 September 2009
Message:
ASSUME macro for preFAST noise suppression and optimisation hints (through Assert macros) for VS2005+
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/globalincs/pstypes.h

Revision: 5587
Author: portej05
Date: 3:44:08 PM, Thursday, 10 September 2009
Message:
Change to make safe_strings show asserts in release.
safe_strings is now used regardless of whether the CRT supports it (except if you're using VC6).
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/globalincs/safe_strings.cpp
Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/globalincs/safe_strings.h
Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/globalincs/windebug.cpp

Revision: 5586
Author: Wanderer
Date: 11:41:07 PM, Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Message:
fixing a logic error from the previous fix
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/model/modelread.cpp

Revision: 5585
Author: Wanderer
Date: 11:26:28 PM, Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Message:
commit for glowpoint issue reported by darius
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Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/model/modelinterp.cpp
Modified : /trunk/fs2_open/code/model/modelread.cpp

STRONGTEA. Why can't the x86 be sane?