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Dark GDK / What was it about DGDK2 that stood out as superior to you?

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Rudolpho
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Posted: 19th Nov 2013 23:52
The title says it all; out of curiosity I wonder what it was about the now probably discontinued DarkGDK 2 that stood out as superior over version 1 to you?
To me I suppose it was its inherent support of any DBPro plugins, without the need for a separately compiled library for certain C++ compilers by its authors.
The alleged multithreading support sounded nice too, but when looking at it all it really seems to do is to suspend any other threads until the current one is done with any DBP function call, so that really wasn't much to brag about in hindsight.


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Mobiius
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Posted: 27th Nov 2013 21:04
I never used it, but if I did...

Quote: "support of any DBPro plugins, without the need for a separately compiled library for certain C++ compilers by its authors."


Timidon
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Posted: 5th Jan 2014 19:01
Updated code source f
or the latest compilers worked for me.

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