The Rush CD-Key Generator
Gold Rush is based off the Giant's Machines 2017 platform. It could and should have been a DLC for that game. The developers in their rush toGold Rush is based off the Giant's Machines 2017 platform. It could and should have been a DLC for that game. The developers in their rush to put out a cash machine used a 2015 designed game. Embedded inside Gold Rush is ALL of Giant Machines code which appears to be as buggy as when they released it. Increased system requirements due to combining old buggy code with new. Their is nothing new here that has not been done before on a lower system spec.The Head Mod for this game has even admitted this and has agreed that it does cause performance issues up to 20%.Jan. 8, 2018 from Head Mod "I have and get the same fps on both so I do t see your point as for the game using the same.code it uses less than 20% so again no issue."People asking for multiplayer have been denied with the reason "small dev team". The reason appears to this user that because Giant Machines was single player, that is what they used to get their product into your pocket as fast as they could. You no longer have a single player game with just Gold Rush in it. You own part of the Giant Machines game, which to this user feels like it's running in the background.This is another one of those companies that lines its product with future DLCs. With the amount of money obtained from kickstarter and indigo you can expect a good amount of DLCs. The question to this user is why did they need to use kickstarter and indigo when they used their own product to begin with.Eventually you may end up with a product that works correctly. If they stick with it. This user feels that they will only fix what needs to be fixed to keep future DLCs rolling out.
The Rush CD-Key Generator
Rather than trying to add all your projects to rush.json all at once, we recommend adding and validating each project one at a time. Recall that your projects form a dependency graph, so start with the "leaf" projects (that don't depend on anything else in the repo), and then work your way backwards. If you encounter any errors, this approach makes it easier to understand and investigate them. If you commit each added project individually, this will also make your Git history more understandable to others.
For this example, let's start by adding our hypothetical my-toolchain project, which is needed to build everything else. Since we'll be conforming to the "category folders" model (described in the rush.json comments), we'll move this project under a "tools" category folder. Eventually we'll plan for other NodeJS tooling packages to go in the "tools" folder:
Normally the package manager creates a shrinkwrap file in each project folder, but in a Rush repothere is a single "common" shrinkwrap file that describes the entire repo. It will be stored inthe common/config/rush folder, and should be committed to Git. Consolidating all dependencyinformation in a single shrinkwrap file has many benefits for reducing merge conflicts, reviewing diffs,and improving installation speed.
In order to build your projects, Rush will look for a "build" script in the "scripts" section of your package.json file. In our example from rush-example, the project builds using a simple shell script "rimraf ./lib/ && tsc":
Once you have all your projects added and building without errors, you may consider enabling other optional features. The config files contain lots of snippets that you can uncomment to get started. The rush-example repo uses some of these snippets.
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