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Can I use fitgirl repacks black ops 3 on Steam
1 project | reddit.com/r/PiratedGames | 4 Nov 2021
just download https://github.com/Freaky/Compactor if you want to compact your game files and textures
BBCF is on sale ($5.99). Get that shit if you wanna hop on the HOPIUM train for #BBCFRollback
1 project | reddit.com/r/Kappa | 29 Oct 2021
for compressing the game personally I had better results with compator, instead of compactgui https://github.com/Freaky/Compactor
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy "We wanted to give you an update on the final size of the PC version of the game, which will not be 150 GB. The team is in the last stages of optimizing the final game and we can confirm the file size will be approximately 80 GB at launch."
1 project | reddit.com/r/pcgaming | 20 Oct 2021
Compactor shaved 30% off my DCS install - 80GB instead of 114GB.
File compression using ‘CompactGUI’?
1 project | reddit.com/r/ARK | 16 Oct 2021
That's simply not true. I use compact.exe to compress all my games, its NTFS' built-in seamless compression. If you're going to give advice to someone at least make sure you know WTF you are talking about. u/Yes_This_Is_A_User use this one it's a nicer UI.
Help me I need Storage!!!!
1 project | reddit.com/r/ShadowPC | 1 Oct 2021
Hey, i’ve used a program called Freaky/Compacter, https://github.com/Freaky/Compactor, it worked really well for me, got 10gbps off cs go, but it doesn’t work with all games, on gta i got around 800mbps, you should give it a try, it’s a life saver!
how bad is it to play games of internal SSD with linux OS runnig of USB
1 project | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 25 Sep 2021
You can free up a considerable amount of space in Windows by deleting junk files and old windows updates. Run cleanmgr as administrator first (tick all the boxes), reboot and then download and run ccleaner. Further to that, you can seriously free up a ton of space by compressing your games library and program files folders - you can use Compactor for this.
Legit my only complaint is storage space
1 project | reddit.com/r/ShadowPC | 25 Sep 2021
From 330gb+ down to 100gb~ (steam/epic)
1 project | reddit.com/r/ARK | 21 Sep 2021
With Freaky Compactor ; https://github.com/Freaky/Compactor
If you're on Windows, consider using NTFS filesystem compression to save a LOT of space used by your flight simulators.
1 project | reddit.com/r/flightsim | 26 Jul 2021
The tool in the image is Compactor, a GUI front end to the Windows compact.exe built-in tool to utilise NTFS filesystem compression.
Pawsey accidentally leaks specs of AMD MI-Next GPU
1 project | reddit.com/r/Amd | 6 Jul 2021
Compactor (GUI for built-in win 10 transparent compression) works really well for games, often getting 0.30x-0.65x compression ratios, game updates only decompress and patch what they need and then you just have to rerun the tool to recompress them. depending on your CPU, some games even load faster.
Editors/IDEs for C development?(+some more questions)
1 project | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 24 Nov 2021
For me, Vim, make, ctags, basic unix utilities, and a good C compiler are enough for any project of any size. No plugins or anything fancy for Vim, just the built-in :make to build from Vim with error/warning navigation, and ctags to navigate to definitions. I've even built a compact Mingw-w64 distribution around this concept for when I need to work on Windows: w64devkit.
w64devkit: Portable C and C++ Development Kit for x64 (and x86) Windows
1 project | reddit.com/r/planetemacs | 2 Nov 2021
PLEASE HELP ME INSTALL VIM
1 project | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 1 Nov 2021
I have a prepackaged solution for exactly this: w64devkit. It includes Vim, standard unix tools, GCC (C and C++), and GDB in a single .zip. Go to "Releases", grab w64devkit-1.10.0.zip (current release, 65MB), unzip anywhere, and then run w64devkit.exe. It runs straight out of the unzipped directory, no installation needed.
ideal Programming setup
1 project | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 15 Oct 2021
Vim, ctags, a good shell, standard unix utilities, and a C toolchain. Add the appropriate reference documentation and I can comfortably build anything. While I prefer Linux, I use this setup even on Windows, where I've packaged it all into a .zip under 50MiB.
A good C compiler for Windows ?
1 project | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 8 Sep 2021
For years nothing quite fit the bill for me, so I put together a Mingw-w64 distribution, w64devkit. There's no installer, no installation, fully offline, just unzip and run. It only has a static runtime, so you'll never to to distribute runtime DLLs. It includes basic unix tools (BusyBox), GNU Make, Vim, and GDB. It still works with Windows 7, but I haven't tried it with XP. If it's not quite what you want, it's easy to tweak the Dockerfile and produce a customized toolchain.
Compiled Rogue 5.4.2 on Windows 10 with VS2019
2 projects | reddit.com/r/roguelikedev | 7 Sep 2021
Download w64devkit.zip. This is my own Mingw-w64 distribution that includes compilers and useful development tools. It doesn't require installation, and you can just delete the unzipped directory when you're done if you don't want to keep it.
Anybody worked with C++ on Windows with Vim want to talk about their setup?
1 project | reddit.com/r/vim | 27 Aug 2021
I've put a lot of energy into this with my own Windows development kit. It includes basic unix tools (Windows port of BusyBox), Universal Ctags, GNU Make, and Vim. It also includes a Mingw-w64 toolchain, though that part's not so useful for you since you're using the VS toolchain.
I need to understand...
1 project | reddit.com/r/gcc | 24 Aug 2021
Is cpp compiling in windows a mess or is it just my head?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp | 23 Aug 2021
building on the answer of others, if you want to have a look at another distribution of gcc for windows, have a look at w64devkit. I'm mainly a linux/embedded developer, but for the platform-independent projects I have a widows vm setup with this toolchain + cmake and it works4 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp | 23 Aug 2021
What are some alternatives?
CompactGUI - Visual Interface for the Windows 10 Compact Function
cmake-init - The missing CMake project initializer
compress-tools-rs - A Swiss Army Knife for handling compressed data in Rust
llvm-mingw - An LLVM/Clang/LLD based mingw-w64 toolchain
uBlock-issues - This is the community-maintained issue tracker for uBlock Origin
v86 - x86 virtualization in your browser, recompiling x86 to wasm on the fly