Saturday, April 5, 2014
AAS with ioquake3
Having some issues with compiling a usable AAS file. I am using GtkRadiant 1.6.4 with version 2.1h of the bspc program. At the commandline I can use: bspc -bsp2aas to create an aas file. If I use the options "-optimize" then I cannot use 'bspc -aasinfo
' to see into the file. If I run the aasinfo command the response is an Error about unreadable and lump size 0.
If I don't use -forcesidesvisible then I can't compile the AAS for it complains and errors about leaked entities.
Even optimisation from using -aasopt will then mean it cannot be read back using aasinfo.