thanks to several thoughtful suggestions by Thrawn and Kai about improvements for CaWE, it will soon be possible to compile maps directly within CaWE.
Here is a preview of how it will look like:
http://images.ca3de-community.de/main.p ... itemId=385
Hope you like it.
Really this is great ! It will speed things up, and im sure other users will like it too !
Updated CaWE.exe is at http://carsten.ca3de-community.de/tempStuff/CaWE.exe
You may test it as you wish, I'll then update the entire SDK bundle in one or two weeks.
EDIT 2006-08-08: Updated URL.
This is always repeatable to me .. i can't browse the texture lib of CaWe, but with the old exe it was no problem XD
At 450 MB it finally opened the browser ..
This is because of so many mats and textures for the techdemo .. we need to clean things up !
Wheee finally it worked so well, man this is how it should be since the first time i tried it XD
Carsten this was the most valuable improvement so far ..
*running around his first own level*
this is known behaviour -- 7000+ materials leave their memory footprint after all, see http://www.ca3d-engine.de/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=198 for details (the "Note:" below point 3). On my system it even goes up up to 600 MB RAM usage.
Loading all these textures also takes some time, and is responsible for many of the one-time initialization delays that you observe.
It also should have been the same with all previous versions (if you installed them properly), they behaved the same.
All this is caused by the (more than) 7000 materials that CaWE has to load during init (details to be discussed in the TD Dev forum pls ). But you're right: This (the cmats) should be cleaned up, and doing so will also lower system requirements dramatically.
Ja das SDK hat bereits ein Testlevel, sowie alles was man zum testen braucht . Kannst also direkt CaWe starten , compilen und probespielen
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