From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-24 12:57:30
C. Andy Martin wrote:
>>Oh! And out of curiosity, what decrease in time/size is there for
>>Boost.Python. KDE folks report about 5%, IIRC, but there are not as many
> Compare the size of .dynsym and .dynstr to .text. The combined size of
> .dynsym and .dynstr is 727771 (decimal) bytes. The file size is 1551168
> bytes, so just the dynamic symbol information is half the file! The
> combined size of .dynsym and .dynstr is around 40% larger than that of
Similar results on my code... Which I forgot to mention. Don't have
exact figures with me at this time... But the size difference between
debug (which has all the symbols for me) and release (which removes all
symbols except the dllexport ones) is more than 80%.
...I can provide exact numbers if there's interest.
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