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  • BigDBigD [OldF] Join Date: 2002-10-25 Member: 1596Members Posts: 1,056 Advanced user
    3.4 seems weird. p15 works great for me, but 3.4 finds a leak that p15 doesn't. Maybe my geometry isn't the best. I don't know. I spent a fair bit of time making sure everything was tight in the problem area, started using hlfix, replaced a couple of brushes, made the leak disappear only to have it reappear later in the same spot and fix it by simply replacing that brush again but later have it "corrupt" again... nah... I went back and now I'm sticking with p15 since that problem hasn't appeared at all and that's using hammers .map exporter too. Whenever I start a new map from scratch, I'll consider switching, but in the meantime, what ain't broke ain't getting fixed. wink-fix.gif
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  • SteveRSteveR Join Date: 2006-12-25 Member: 59239Members, Constellation Posts: 96
    I made a thing for my friend because he wanted to start mapping. It's like a mirror for ns files and a guide to setting it all up. I could also mirror particle edit and sprite explorer 212. hmm.

    Guide and Files

    Now you can criticise every facet of it. Enjoy!
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  • pSyk0mAnpSyk0mAn Nerdish by Nature Germany Join Date: 2003-08-07 Member: 19166Members, NS2 Playtester, Squad Five Silver Posts: 1,591 Advanced user
    edited March 2009
    Are there any more reports about the newest compile tools?
    I'm wondering what ppl are using these days, because I'm still using p13.
    I've just tried p15 mainly for the increased -maxnodesize and noticed that something is really messed up with this version, because the cut and leaf placement is so stupid that it increased my average wpolies by almost 100 at some spots. Maybe it is related to the plane removal included into hlbsp or to the higher -maxnodesize.

    Anyway, I'll stick to p13, since it runs perfectly fine. I'm just curious about the hlrad performance improvement of these new zhlt tools. I'm not really convinced; can anyone confirm this:
    "Faster RAD code by Nem, which improves RAD complie times by about 15-27%"


  • SekerSeker Join Date: 2007-03-06 Member: 60259Members Posts: 369
    Please try it out dude wink-fix.gif
  • SN.WolfSN.Wolf Join Date: 2010-03-29 Member: 71115Members Posts: 815 Fully active user
    teh links are dead. anyone have any mirrors?
  • Kouji_SanKouji_San Sr. Hινε Uρкεερεг - EUPT Deputy The Netherlands, Hoogezand Join Date: 2003-05-13 Member: 16271Members, NS2 Playtester, Squad Five Blue Posts: 14,937 Advanced user
    QUOTE (SN.Wolf @ Jul 26 2010, 03:58 PM) »
    teh links are dead. anyone have any mirrors?

    http://zhlt.info/download-zhlt.html

    Not sure if the P15 release of Cagey is still around... Zhlt3.4 is the latest version anyways, I used them as well for final compile...

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  • amckernamckern Join Date: 2003-03-03 Member: 14249Members, Constellation Posts: 970 Fully active user
    The lattes version of 3.x branch is 3.8, there is a branch from 2.5.3 that focus on the lighting

    http://www.svencoop.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36733 - 3.8
    http://www.svencoop.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38059 - v17

    Also a working merge of both at http://code.google.com/p/zhlt
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