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Hi guys, need help on building a mini PC, or any good branded mini PC. I have a huge interest of it because I'm tired of moving my huge desktop PC. I want it on top of my table, behind or beside my monitor. Most probably like a console. The spec should be like: Intel i7 Geforce GTX 1080 Ti 16 GB RAM SSD (preferably m.2) Enough power supply to run those I honestly have no idea what motherboard, casing, and power supply I want to buy for these, as this is the first time I'm trying to build a mini PC. If there's a branded mini PC that has that much power it'd be great as well. Any idea? Cheers.
Hi, I'm trying to do a custom build of the pixi lib to optimize the filesize of the lib in a project. But for some reason it keeps on building the full lib (all modules), even though I have the -e or --exclude parameters added. This is what I did so far (following the instructions on the Pixi Github page): * downloading and unzipping the full pixi zip file (v4.2.2) * in the root of the pixi folder: npm install (creating node modules folder) * in the root of the pixi folder: npm run build -- -e extras -e interaction -e filters (also tried: npm run build -- --exclude extras --exclude interaction --exclude filters) For some reason this keeps on building the full pixi and minimize pixi files in the dist-folder, so it didn't exclude the modules mentioned. I am trying to debug this at the moment, but I'm not very familiar with npm and so far I'm a little in the dark. I upgraded nodeJs to version 6.9.1 some days ago, so that should be ok. Am I missing something here?
We're coming to a point soon where most recent browsers on mobile support WebGL and am thinking about axing the canvas renderer to further minimize phaser build size. I don't see a way to exclude the canvas renderer in a custom build... I realize it's part of pixi and maybe that's why it can't be separated out, but just wanted to know for sure if it was not possible. Thanks