This Tool is good for mappers as it will help you keep an eye on compile times
============================================================== Info ============================================================== Program: Compile Time Chronometer Version: 1.0 Category: Tool for mappers Autor: DragoNuno Contact: email@example.com OS: Windows 2000/XP only (98 and Me wont do the automatically part) ============================================================== 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 ============================================================== 1 - Run this program. 2 - Then start compiling. If it doesn't start counting automatically there is only two reasons: 1 - the compiler you are using is not q3map2.exe! solution: change the name of the compiler (where it says "compiler") to your compiler file name and then restart compiling. 2 - if the first reason isn't the cause you have to start it on your own! for that just click on "Force Start", but be adviced that this way the program won't stop automatically so you must stop it by pressing "Force Stop". 3 - When the compiling is done the program will stop by itself, if not (witch it is impossivel) you always can use "Force Stop". 4 - Press "Exit" to close the program and there should be a file named "CTClog.txt"! That's the log file :P ============================================================== History ============================================================== 31/7/2004 - v1.0 First release! ============================================================== Notes ============================================================== Any sugestions or bug-report just mail me :) Possivel future adds: -compatilibity with Win98, maybe -records best & worst time ever and the average time taken -don't have to close the program every time to do a new count ============================================================== DN Productions 2004
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