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VS tricks, Optimisation, SIMD, x86 assembly, C++, Matlab, Debugging, 3D, Computational Geometry, DirectX, DICOM.


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comment Chasing DirectX versions
Clarifications added to the question. This has nothing to do with application stability - just the DX interface that keeps changing under our feet.
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revised Chasing DirectX versions
clarification
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comment Chasing DirectX versions
And what then? Again, the question was: is a re-write of the graphics engine every ~2Y the only way to go?
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comment Chasing DirectX versions
For reasons completely unrelated - C++ standard conformance, supposed compiler improvements (auto vectorization), annoying bug fixes, etc. etc. Graphics is not by any means the central aspect of our products.
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accepted Is it good practice to store framework runtimes under source control?
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comment Is it good practice to store framework runtimes under source control?
@Ramhound: that's the exact direction I'm trying to push. I wondered if there are downsides I'm missing.
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comment Is it good practice to store framework runtimes under source control?
Thanks! Do you know of a similar artifact repository for C++ projects? Even better - maybe one that integrates with TFS?
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comment Is it good practice to store framework runtimes under source control?
I've clarified the question to address this.
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asked Is it good practice to store framework runtimes under source control?
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