"jr" <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> > ...
> > When I run comparisons I almost always run with one thread despite this
> > being slow. Otherwise some results - radiostiy involved ones for example
> > - can be quite different, same version and file, run to run.
> > There is also the issues of all the jitter settings if you want to do
> > detailed automatic comparisons - these jitters all need to be off in
> > such cases. AA, area lights... Oh and you have to avoid some features
> > like crand (subsurface?).
> thank you! will incorporate '-j' and think about '-wt'; optional perhaps?
I've made several changes and the whole thing is now a two-step process: create
a db, and run it.
see 'wtlimit'. :-)
the archive contains a 'readme.txt' detailing the few edits needed to "install"
the code. and I meant to mention in the 'readme' - the work directory must not
exist, ie must be deleted between successive runs.
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