Ive just tested around with GTKRadiant and Q3Map2 a bit and noticed that Q3Map2 has the possibility to run on multiple threads. That means that it can work with multiple cores and processors.
If the Ca-Tools have SMP-Support, they would be extremely efficient. Also, im thinking about to buy a new computer with a Opteron 275
- Some Linux Bash-Scripts for installing stuff. Dont ask further questions, because i can't explain that more simple ^^
Besides that, running any program on n processors makes the program faster only by a factor of less than n, so I think that more performance can be gained by improving the algorithms.
Therefore, while parallelization is on my to-do list, it has currently no high priority.
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