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FitzQuake Mark V - Easy to compile and ...

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Download: http://quake-1.com/docs/utils/fitzquake_mark_v.zip (binary + source)

This is in many a ways a super tutorial engine.

1). Every modification is wrapped in #ifdef ... #endif blocks
2). Almost every new feature was written/rewritten from scratch in a logical manner that is easy to follow.
3). Project files: Visual Studio 6, CodeBlocks, Visual Studio 2008 C++ Express. Click compile = done. Zero errors, zero warnings.
4). This engine source is an open invitation to load up on bug-fixes and/or modifications. See quakedef.h
5). Engine compiles into FitzQuake 0.85 by changing a mere 0 to a 1 in quakedef.h.
Excerpt: "Quick list of things to try:

tool_texturepointer 1
tool_inspector 1 (do impulse 9 and change your weapon)
r_texprefix_envmap "window" and load the start map; look at window.
r_texprefix_scrollx "c" and load the start map.

scrollx_ textures can be used for billoards, surfaces that appear to be
continually moving, etc. envmap_ textures work well for metallic trim,
Alpha textures default to "{" like the RMQ Engine but the prefix can be
changed via r_texprefix_fence.

More things to try:

type copy in the console. Paste your text in notepad.
type copyscreen in console. Paste screenshot in graphics editor.
type copy ents in console. Paste text into notepad.
type folder in the console. Quake folder opens.

Type fov 120 or fov 130 and look at your weapon. Looks normal.

type r_waterripple 3 in the console. Look at water. Then ...
type gl_subdivide_size 16 in the console. Look at water again with
r_waterripple on. (Feature works best on water vised maps.)

bind "capturevideo toggle" to a key. Record some video. First time
starts it, second time stops it. Type "folder".
Read me:

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================================================================================

Fitzquake Mark V, June 29, 2012


This is a modification of FitzQuake 0.85 by John Fitzgibbons with bug-fixes,
some developer oriented tools, some user oriented fixes and features and a few
content creation extras (alpha texture support, rotation, scrolling textures,
sphere mapped textures, custom liquid blend colors, r_waterripple).  Includes
Quakespasm "wrong content protection", MH dynamic light speed up.

Source and distribution are GPL version 3 and included with this zip.

Quick list of things to try:

tool_texturepointer 1
tool_inspector 1 (do impulse 9 and change your weapon)
r_texprefix_envmap "window" and load the start map; look at window.
r_texprefix_scrollx "c" and load the start map.

scrollx_ textures can be used for billoards, surfaces that appear to be
continually moving, etc.  envmap_ textures work well for metallic trim,
Alpha textures default to "{" like the RMQ Engine but the prefix can be
changed via r_texprefix_fence.

More things to try:

type copy in the console.  Paste your text in notepad.
type copyscreen in console.  Paste screenshot in graphics editor.
type copy ents in console.  Paste text into notepad.
type folder in the console.  Quake folder opens.

Type fov 120 or fov 130 and look at your weapon.  Looks normal.

type r_waterripple 3 in the console.  Look at water.  Then ...
type gl_subdivide_size 16 in the console.  Look at water again with
r_waterripple on.  (Feature works best on water vised maps.)

bind "capturevideo toggle" to a key.  Record some video.  First time
starts it, second time stops it.  Type "folder".

Everything went through some exhaustive "quality assurance" making sure
all features function right even with FitzQuake niceties like r_showtris.

Although the above extras are nice, the emphais of this mini-project
was implementing a list of bug-fixes that have surfaced in the knowledge
pool in recent days, documenting them heavily in code and applying them
to FitzQuake.


-- Baker

Project files:
----------------
MSVC6, Codeblocks, Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2008 Express.  Your choice.
CodeBlocks is free (CodeBlocks + MinGW download).  So is 2008 C++ Express.

Easy to compile.


Code Features:
----------------
Every new feature is an #ifdef ... #endif block.  In fact changing a single 1 to
a zero to a 1 builds into FitzQuake 0.85.  Ripping features or unravelling how
they are implemented is a breeze.  See quakedef.h.  Most features can be disabled
by commenting out a single line, I say "most" because a few features depend on
another feature being enabled.  There are few of those.


Engine Features:
----------------

See home page or quakedef.h but this includes a considerable quantity of bug
fixes.  And ...

1)  External .mdl texture support
2)  Support for alpha mask textures (fence textures). Palette color 255.
3)  Single pass video startup (read's config file early)
4)  Texture pointer (in console: tool_texturepointer 1 and point at surfaces)
5)  Entity inspector (console: tool_inspector 1; change weapon different info)
6)  Video capture (bind k "capturevideo toggle" press k to start/stop capture)

(Get the xvid codec.  See home page.)

7)  Record demos at any time.  Record/play demos across maps.  Pause key pauses.
8)  "copy", "copy ents", "copyscreen" ... copy stuff to clipboard.
9)  "folder" command opens relevant folder in explorer.
10) External .ent support and Quakespasm "wrong content protection".
11) Contrast ability using contrast cvar in console (0.5 to 1.5)
12) Rotation support.  And smooth rotation sv_protocol 668.
13) freezeall command.  Freezes everything except players.
14) ping in scoreboard, NAT fix, support for ip:port.  Other network fixes.
15) Never needs max_edicts set.  Never needs -mem set. (Yet uses only 64MB).
16) System clock fix.  Fixes a dual-core/quad-core timing in oldy Quake.
17) [Stencil] shadows on submodels (platforms, etc); flicker fix (polyoffset).
18) MH's dynamic light speed up.  NVIDIA and Intels benefit huge, ATI barely.
19) chase_mode command.  Use in conjunction with chase_active 1.
20) Better weapon positioning and FOV (field of view) never changes appearance.
21) Liquid customization and water ripple support.
22) Scrolling texture support, sphere-mapped texture support.
23) Size console with CTRL + UP and CTRL + DOWN
24) Best weapon command.  Loc support.  Talk macros support.
25) Support for 5 mouse buttons. Windows key or Sticky keys won't annoy you.
26) sv_cheats support.  Set to 0 so no renegade coop friend starts ruining the
	map with noclipping/godmoding and shooting you with rockets.  Wish that
	could stop impulse 9 or impulse -1.  But it can't, that's the progs.
27) r_lockfrustum, r_lockpvs, etc.
	
Up next:  FitzQuake Mark VI .... 


Baker's Acknowlegements
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The below plus MH, Spike, R00k, JP Grossman, szo and the Quakespasm team,
LordHavoc, frag.machine, goldenboy, Reckless, MDave, Jozsef Szalontai, Avirox, 
Phoenix QER, VVD, QIP Quake, FrikaC and listening to Necros and Spirit discuss 
engine gripes/limitations and things Bengt Jardrup helped me (or warned me about)
with when I first started engine coding and the constant bedrock of support by
my friends at QuakeOne.com (Mindzfield, Phenom, Solecord, Peg/Polarite, others).
... and obviously John Fitzgibbons ;-)



John Fitzgibbon's Acknowlegements
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

id Software, LordHavoc, Bengt Jardrup, Baker, Aardappel, SmallPileOfGibs, FrikaC,
Vondur, JPL, Negke, preach, Topaz, Tomaz, Tonik, Radix, EvilTypeGuy, NightBringer, 
MH, Tyrann, Spirit, Fett, Maddes, Craig Wills, Heffo, Riot, Gleeb, Speedy, 
people in #flipcode, & others for their feedback, tutorials, code, testing, 
and assistance.



Copyright / Permissions
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Copyright (C) 1996-2001 Id Software, Inc.
Copyright (C) 2002-2012 John Fitzgibbons and others

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under 
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software 
Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later 
version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY 
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A 
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with 
this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple 
Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
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Post by szo »

Didn't look deep but here's one bug: you still have svn_main.c:localmodels as [5], whereas you need [6] (an old fitz085 bug: see MAX_MODELS)
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Post by szo »

A question: Where do you know that sound_nominal_clip_dist was 1500 in dosquake? (Even in the infamous crack.com-leaked quake source it was set as 1000 in snd_dma.c and not changed anywhere else.)
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vec_t	sound_nominal_clip_dist=1500.0; // JPG - changed this from 1000 to 15000
										// (I'm 99% sure that's what it was in 1.06)
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r00k wrote:

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vec_t	sound_nominal_clip_dist=1500.0; // JPG - changed this from 1000 to 15000
										// (I'm 99% sure that's what it was in 1.06)
What source code are you referring to? (whoever is that JPG??) The original q1source.zip doesn't have such a note.
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Isn't that in proquake?
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raynorpat wrote:Isn't that in proquake?
Well, whatever it is, it is hard to be taken seriously given the fact that 1.01-ish source has been actually unofficially available for about 15 years due to that crack.com incident and those sources have no such indication about the original nominal sound clip dist being different back then. (I don't have a link to that source anymore, but see wmquake which is actually based on that source: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/linux/timecop/, http://www.ne.jp/asahi/linux/timecop/so ... .1.tar.bz2)
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Post by mh »

I recall seeing that comment in 2002 or thereabouts but have noidea where. There's no reason to doubt it but then again there's no reason to believe it. Confirmation would be good.
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Post by mh »

For centering the window (Windows API version) this will take correct account of the taskbar size and location:

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void VIDWin32_CenterWindow (HWND hWnd)
{
	// get the size of the desktop working area and the window
	RECT workarea;

	if (SystemParametersInfo (SPI_GETWORKAREA, 0, &workarea, 0))
	{
		RECT windowrect;

		if (GetWindowRect (hWnd, &windowrect))
		{
			// center it properly in the working area (don't assume that top and left are 0!!!)
			SetWindowPos
			(
				hWnd,
				NULL,
				workarea.left + ((workarea.right - workarea.left) - (windowrect.right - windowrect.left)) / 2,
				workarea.top + ((workarea.bottom - workarea.top) - (windowrect.bottom - windowrect.top)) / 2,
				0,
				0,
				SWP_NOSIZE | SWP_NOZORDER | SWP_SHOWWINDOW | SWP_DRAWFRAME
			);
		}
	}
}
Otherwise, e.g. a 1024x768 windowed mode will sneak part of the window frame under the taskbar on Windows 7 running at 1600x900.

I'd also suggest using ((in_mlook.state & 1) || freelook.value) with the freelook cvar defaulting to 1.

And gl_flashblend should now default to 0 - the dynamic light fix works and is fast - even on AMD it runs over 1.5 times faster in simple cases (id1 timedemos).
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Post by Dr. Shadowborg »

Downloading now.

Looks like some awesome goodies in this release. (scrolling textures?! sounds great for doing train fight maps :D )
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Dr. Shadowborg wrote:Downloading now.

Looks like some awesome goodies in this release. (scrolling textures?! sounds great for doing train fight maps :D )
Lava falls! ZOMG!
I know FrikaC made a cgi-bin version of the quakec interpreter once and wrote part of his website in QuakeC :) (LordHavoc)
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Post by Dr. Shadowborg »

frag.machine wrote: Lava falls! ZOMG!
Hadn't thought of those. :oops: Would work great for water and slime too, not to mention freaky forcefield textures. (I assume BSP transparencies for "glass" apply.) :D
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Post by leileilol »

I wanted to do scrolling textures (ab)using FTE's scrapped "bulleten" code) for Engoo once in my Nov 2010 featurecreepcodingrush. I never got it to work properly, and how would we define scrolling texture standards? Another prefix to parse in the texture name? like &su8vortex to scroll up 8 texels a sec, &sd3&sr7cheese to scroll down 3 texels and right 7 texels a second, or so...

We don't have surfaceflags so it's the least we can do :P

mh wrote:I recall seeing that comment in 2002 or thereabouts but have noidea where. There's no reason to doubt it but then again there's no reason to believe it. Confirmation would be good.
I wish Carmack gave a 'i don't care okay' about the leaked 1.01 source and the 1.06 qc source. There's even been a couple early Doom source ports that nick out of the leaked Quake source, Doom Legacy especially, in 1998, even with the usual function/struct renaming cover to make it less obvious. When they added a "Quake-style console" it literally IS the Quake console.

Darkplaces and Engoo have clean room "old attenuation" fixes done 2 years ago. In 1.01-1.06 you could hear explosions farther and sometimes their panning would be too directional. 1.07 added "proper" calculation which made the hearing range a bit shorter, but it's not the same spatialization function. This function is also identical in Quake 2 and Hexen II.

Q3's sound spatialization is even SHORTER ranged and i've even tried that in Quake once.
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Post by mh »

Incidentally... http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2001-07/msg01120.html and http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7227 ... er-warning

The Fitz source breaks this in multiple places. OK, most compilers will probably patch it up nowadays, but they don't have to and it should be fixed for better (future) portability.
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Post by revelator »

While not as critical nowadays i agree with mh here its also crucial for some tools to parse things correctly that a source file ends in a newline.
This is not only relevant to gcc compilers but affects every compiler though some like msvc wont bitch about it :)
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