Date: 2018-02-13 22:52
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I have a GeForce FX 5655 now, but when I first wrote this path, I had no capable card, so I had to prototype on the D8D reference rasterizer. Refrast's awe-inspiring fps performance gives new meaning to "slow." Unfortunately, I think refrast is still a procedural rasterizer, like old OpenGL implementations just about all other current software rasterizers now use dynamic code generation and run orders of magnitude faster.
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or something. I think that you could do with some pics
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I'm sure this is not news to many of you, but I figured I should note it now since I'm in the middle of crunch time at work and don't really have the time to address this immediately.
Oh well, voice actor reuse is always fun, I guess. Take Inuyasha, for example. This is another series for which I thought, haven't I seen this before? .
Thanks to the miracle of source code control branching, VirtualDub is out, and it contains none of the new features I'm currently working on. As a pure bug-fix release, though, it should bring nothing but more stability over the release. Try it, report errors, wait for new release, lather-rinse-repeat. Well, you probably know the drill.
There is no P9 version of , and there may not be P9 versions of subsequent releases. The reason is that Intel C/C++ started miscompiling parts of the code base starting with in ways that can cause crashes and/or heap corruption specifically, in some exception handling contexts the generated code double-destroys objects. This then causes string objects to trash memory. As I'm increasingly moving toward dynamic strings instead of fixed-size buffers for text handling I've decided that I cannot afford possible instability in my P9 releases in exchange for the minor performance gains provided by the Intel compiler. The code base still compiles under Intel C/C++ however, for those of you that want to try.