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It's really more of a text editor with a gazillion extra features than it is a full IDE. I've used it a bit before, and didn't have any particular complaints about it.
but am getting the Windows equivalent of segfaults At least you can try to build your program in Debug configuration and try to determine which line causes a crash (via Visual Studio debugger, for example). Done that. The cause of the issue seemed to be before the lines that actually noticed it. Fo...
I just graduated university less than a week ago, and am planning on putting a lot of time into OpenMW over the next few months. Right now I'm trying to figure the ins and outs of OpenSceneGraph so that I can work on that part of the engine, and hopefully end up doing something big like shadows. Rig...
If something says it requires Python 3, it means it will work with any Python version where the major version number is 3, so anything between 3.0 and 3.6.1 should work. However, there have been improvements over time, including bug fixes, so you should really be using the latest version.
- 12 Jun 2017, 18:09
- Forum: Organisation and Planning
- Topic: An alternative UI for the OpenMW launcher and installation wizard
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I'm British, and normally annoyingly pedantic about over-Americanisation of language, but I see 'purchase' as being completely valid here. I see the distinction as more a formal versus informal one, so when talking to people you'd use buy, but if you were doing a business deal or were in a service-o...