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Offline Corsair

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So what does the release of the Source Code mean for the project? And yes I have seen the threads at the VWBB.
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Offline phreak

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It means we have an engine
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Offline Bobboau

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can someone tell me how to turn off the ****ing!! Asertions
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You gotta build it as a release version - set active configuration to release and it should get rid of them.

 

Offline Bobboau

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how do you do that
also is there a way to speed up compiling, it takes like two hours
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Originally posted by Bobboau
how do you do that
also is there a way to speed up compiling, it takes like two hours


You could remove all the parts that slow things down.  Like the code.  And I've heard that constants and variables just eat up processor time and memory.  Ditch them too.

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In MSVC++ 6 you goto Build->Set Active Configuration->Win32 Release

That SHOULD get rid of the Asserts to the best of my understanding, which will speed up your built version.