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You may have already noticed, there are some papyrus profiling tools in the Tools folder. I suggest that you take a look at them, they are really nicely done, easy to use and provide useful information. First you have to switch on profiling for a specific script, then some profiling log files are produced which you can open with the tool from the tool folder.

 

Is there a new brain behind Papyrus? It feels so different, so improved, like someone actual competent is involved now.

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You may have already noticed, there are some papyrus profiling tools in the Tools folder. I suggest that you take a look at them, they are really nicely done, easy to use and provide useful information. First you have to switch on profiling for a specific script, then some profiling log files are produced which you can open with the tool from the tool folder.

 

Is there a new brain behind Papyrus? It feels so different, so improved, like someone actual competent is involved now.

 

This functions were already available for Skyrim.

Useful? YES! I constantly use them to improve the performance of my code based mods (like SSX that is 99% code based.)

New? No.

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This functions were already available for Skyrim.

Useful? YES! I constantly use them to improve the performance of my code based mods (like SSX that is 99% code based.)

New? No.

 

 

I am talking about the GUI tool for visualizing the log files. I don't know of any profiling GUI for Skyrim. To be sure I just checked again, and there is nothing in the Skyrim directory. When there is one, they have hidden it really good.

 

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I am talking about the GUI tool for visualizing the log files. I don't know of any profiling GUI for Skyrim. To be sure I just checked again, and there is nothing in the Skyrim directory. When there is one, they have hidden it really good.

 

 

That is correct.

 

The "profiling" (check what a script is doing and writing it to a file) was already in Skyrim.

But you had to open the files with your text editor.

 

Now, a visualization tool, integrated, can be useful. But I have to see what it does more than showing the content of the file.

Keep in mind that I have a bunch of macros I wrote for Notepad++ and Excel just to analyze the result of the profiling.

 

At least Beth is progressing a little.

 

(Did you see that now the errors in loading a esm/esp are no more a weird Popup but they are listed in a window too? Way more easy to try to fix stuff.)

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