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Old 07-30-2019, 05:00 PM   #21
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We are talking about Razbam here, not ED. Let's face the reality, facts and history of Razbam are not making any room for hope for some earlier release date than expected AT ALL.
That's right - i agree.
But i was refering to QuiGons post and the quote of Wags - Wags is still ED not RAZBAM, isn't he??
I just wanted to mention that things are changing a lot - especially after 11 years. I don't think that ED is developing the F-16 since 2008.

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Old 07-30-2019, 05:22 PM   #22
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I don't think that ED is developing the F-16 since 2008.
Actually yes, it's the little brother of the F-18 module from which it got most of the code, and that was in development since those times. That's why they brag for a "fast" F-16 release although it's partially a lie because:
  • F-18 is unfinished, still requires years to complete.
  • Uncompleted F-18 means uncompleted F-16.
  • Still no AG radar in sight, too bad for the F-15E supposed to rely on the same code framework.
As a side note, Razbam's F-15E will certainly not get as much code from ED as the F-16 currently does.
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I have no issue with ED leveraging their F18 code for the F16, and even less issue with Razbam leveraging ED code for the F15 or an AV8B+ model. But that does definitely put the pressure on ED to deliver said code (radar/EW/FLIR) in a timely manner.
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Any updates?
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Any updates?
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Actually yes, it's the little brother of the F-18 module from which it got most of the code, and that was in development since those times. That's why they brag for a "fast" F-16 release although it's partially a lie because:
  • F-18 is unfinished, still requires years to complete.
  • Uncompleted F-18 means uncompleted F-16.
  • Still no AG radar in sight, too bad for the F-15E supposed to rely on the same code framework.
As a side note, Razbam's F-15E will certainly not get as much code from ED as the F-16 currently does.
Yeah it makes sense to use and adapt existing code where you can. But Razbam seriously needs way more coding talent. Or maybe they can outsource their coding to deka.
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Old 05-13-2020, 03:08 AM   #27
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Or maybe they can outsource their cosing to deka.
Now there is an idea.
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Yeah it makes sense to use and adapt existing code where you can. But Razbam seriously needs way more coding talent. Or maybe they can outsource their coding to deka.

I'd much rather Deka and each third party focus on their own projects. If everyone starts sharing projects they all might as well be folded into Eagle Dynamics like Belsimtek was. I'll give them props for delivering such a "complete" module, but that may just be ED's evolving standard as to what counts as open beta. Lasting work is the goal for all the developers no one wants to go the way of VEAO!
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I'd much rather Deka and each third party focus on their own projects. If everyone starts sharing projects they all might as well be folded into Eagle Dynamics like Belsimtek was. I'll give them props for delivering such a "complete" module, but that may just be ED's evolving standard as to what counts as open beta. Lasting work is the goal for all the developers no one wants to go the way of VEAO!
I mean I would too, but it seems that Razbam is seriously understaffed in the coding department. And progress on modules is glacial. They have a metric ton of talented artists though so you have like 2-5 modules "in progress" on that front, along with assets. But the limiting factor in how many modules they can get out is the lack of coders.

Deka for whatever reason seems to have opposite problem, their code team delivers fixes/features basically every patch cycle. But their model isn't quite as "pretty". Which doesn't really bother me, I'm way more of a function vs pretty guy.

And I'd say HB basically has the most balanced team.
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Old 05-15-2020, 12:10 PM   #30
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Not sure that I'd want DEKA to program the F-15E module.

The DEKA radar code has tracks literally disappear and reappear in order to move on screen. No extrapolation of any kind is provided. That's not how "Tracking" works. That's just RWS with vectors.
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