[Sidefx-houdini-list] working with multiply releases

Peter Bowmar pbowmar at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 10:37:23 EST 2017


I can't speak to OSX but I do this all the time on Linux and sometimes on
Windows. Only issue is if both suck up too much CPU or RAM, of course.

Cheers,

Peter B

On 3 March 2017 at 21:03, Larry Giunta <larry at gcreativestudios.com> wrote:

> Happy Friday all,
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> This is more a question of “proper practices” I guess.
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> At times like this, when we’re transitioning from one major release to
> another, is there anything inherently wrong with initializing one release,
> then opening a shell and initializing a different release?
> Essential working in two different releases at the same time.
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> I’ve done it many times before to work around a specific bug …  or simply
> to jump into an existing project built in the previous release.
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> However, I’ve wondered if this can potentially mess things up under the
> Houdini hood?
>  …or is it essentially the same as running Houdini and say another
> program, like photoshop, at the same time?
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> I’m currently trying to preform this particular juggle and I seem to be
> experiencing and overall sluggishness in performance - on OS X.
>
> Larry
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Cheers,

Peter B



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