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It chronometers the days, hours, minutes and seconds of your compiling time automatically and then regists the time taken in a log file.
If you have time to waste download this then erase this but if you don't have time don't bother with it That is my frank opinion I apologise if I have offend anyone
============================================================== Info ============================================================== Program: Compile Time Chronometer Version: 1.2 Category: Tool for mappers Autor: DragoNuno Contact: email@example.com OS: Windows 9x/Me/2000/XP ============================================================== Descrition ============================================================== It chronometers the days, hours, minutes and seconds of your compiling time automatically and then regists the time taken in a log file. ============================================================== How to use ============================================================== NOTE: If you have a previous version, uninstall it and then install this one. 1 - Run CTC. If you are running for the first time a message should appear asking if your are using Win9x/Me or not! Just choose yes or no. If you choose yes then enter the full path of the compiler you are using (Ex: c:\program files\GTKradiant1.4\q3map2.exe). 2 - Then start compiling. CTC should start chronometering automatically. If it doesn't start, there is only two reasons (see FAQs) 3 - When the compiling is done, CTC will stop by itself. If not (witch it is impossible) you always can use "Force Stop". If you start compiling again it will start a new chronometering (Auto-reset) 4 - Press "Exit" to close the program and there should be a file named "CTClog.txt"! That's the log file :P ============================================================== History ============================================================== 15/08/2004 - v1.2 Added: -records Longest & shortest time ever taken -records average time of all compilations -records total time of compilations -records total number of compilations -automatically reset (resets chronometer when a new compilation starts) 07/08/2004 - v1.1 Added: -compatilibity with Win9x/Me 31/07/2004 - v1.0 First release! ============================================================== FAQs ============================================================== Q: The CTC doesn't start automatically! What's wrong? A: (For Win2000/XP) If your compiler is not q3map2.exe then change it by entering the name of the compiler where it says "compiler". (for Win9x/Me) You probably entered a wrong path of the compiler. To change press the "change" button" and enter the full path of the compiler Ex: C:\program files\GTKradiant1.4\q3map2.exe Q: What is this Auto-reset? A: Auto-reset is auto-reseting :P! Ex: You start a compilation and it ends. The time taken is logged. If you start compiling again it will reset and starts a new chronometering. When the compilation ends the time taken is logged in the same file! Auto-reset exist so you don't have to click in "reset" button all the time. Q: Uuuhh! there's a file config.dat and aver.lst! Can i mess with those files? A: Of course NOT! if you mess with the files all your records could be gone forever! Q: What appends if i reach to 99 days 99 hours 99 minutes and 99 seconds and 1 more second passes? A: i know compilations can take lots of time (because i'm also a mapper) but 100 days?! if you ever reach there tell me what happended ok :P ============================================================== Notes ============================================================== Any sugestions, questions or bug-report just mail me :) sorry for the bad english :P Possible future adds: any sugestions??? ============================================================== DN Productions 2004
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