theletterpi at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 18:13:38 PDT 2010
I've thought about that recently, I would like to pitch in some
documentation for the ioquake3, has anyone decided on a format? I'm
particular to the javadoc-like style, but anything is better than
nothing. If I run doxygen against the trunk, can we put it up on the
ioquake3 website? What if I work on documenting some functions, do I
just make a commit or do we need to make an account for that? Sorry my
reply doesn't answer your question about the RateLimit, I've only just
begun hacking some ioq3 builds myself.
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 1:38 PM, |ALPHA| Mad Professor
<alpha.mad.professor at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to check my understanding of
> SVC_RateLimit( &bucket, 10, 100 )
> since I want to use it. :-D So my question:
> Does that call return true once there were more than 10 events in a
> 100 millisecond period?
> Sometimes a bit of documentation in the ioquake3 code would be
> helpful... Ever thought of using Doxygen and mandating some
> conventions? :-D
> Thank you,
> |ALPHA| Mad Professor <alpha.mad.professor at gmail.com>
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