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I saw taliesin73 post something about profiling my game and seeing where it spends most of its time, and I was just wondering, how do I do that?

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I am not sure, but I think that is only a feature of VC++ PRO edition, not the standard edition. You could probably use the PerformanceTimer though to measure the elapsed time of each routine, kinda like

// Do (and time) routines

// Calculate ratios

This SHOULD return the % time spent on each routine, but I dunno, I just thought of it now, havent tried it.

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In VC you can use the built in profiler. Enable profiling under Project->Settings->Linking, then Build Profiling. While it works for other programs, this crashes in D3D for me though. Anyone know how to fix it?

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