[quake3] Python performance report
Tony J. White
tjw at webteam.net
Thu Dec 14 10:04:30 PST 2006
On Wed, Dec 13, 2006 at 06:33:30PM -0700, Neil Toronto wrote:
> 1) I've implemented cg_latentSnaps (from Unlagged), and it was way easier than
> in 1.27. Somebody seriously cleaned up cg_snapshot.c. This cvar allows you to
> simulate lag. The client game simply requests snapshot number "current -
Is this necessary now that cl_packetdelay and sv_packetdelay are in the
> 2) I've added com_laptop, which, if 1, causes Sys_Sleep(0) to be called at the
> end of the (busy-wait) rendering loop. It makes Quake 3 a little more
> laptop-friendly, and also lets you see the *real* amount of CPU Quake 3 takes
> on your performance meter. (Otherwise it's always 100%.)
Is Sys_Sleep() just a wrapper for win32 Sleep() and posix usleep()?
Does calling it with 0 just help in process scheduling?
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