My builds are done with the CI scripts - since I wrote then I figure why not use them.
The only difference is that I also apply Link-Time Optimization to add some additional free (apart from compile time) speedup.
(Just run CMake with -DOPENMW_LTO_BUILD=ON to enable LTO)
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To get an installer you need to install NSIS and build the PACKAGE project, it'll grab all the DLLs from the Release folder to include in the installer. It'll also look for a vcredist_[x86/x64].exe file in the solution folder that'll be baked in for installing the required Visual C++ redistributable...
- 07 May 2018, 18:22
- Forum: Organisation and Planning
- Topic: OpenMW Nightly builds
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Heck, I work with a guy who hosts a VMS development cluster on Alpha and Itanium machines. Another guy who worked there has an old Alpha mainframe at home that he runs Gentoo on.
I mean, if you want to be able to run the open-source drivers, and use wayland and all that cool modern stuff, then going AMD is probably the correct choice anyway. Depending on the PCI-e generation, the loss won't be that bad. With gen 3 you're looking at around 3-10% reduction, while gen 1 can los...
It's worth mentioning that AMD fares worse than Nvidia when you reduce the PCI-e lanes below 8x, as their hardware/driver seems to expect a higher constant bandwidth to be available. I run a RX580 myself for Linux and the open-source driver support today is truly amazing, have yet to have a single p...