exe size increased with dwt2
dyuyan.spam at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 23:46:09 PDT 2009
On Sun, 29 Mar 2009 19:03:03 +0200
torhu <no at spam.invalid> wrote:
> id you build both in the same way? I assume you know that if you build
> the library with dsss with oneatatime=yes, your executable will be
> smaller then if you use the rake script? If I recall correctly, the
> rake script hands all files to dmd at once.
I build dwt.lib by dsss, oneatatime=yes
build dwt2 by Rake
> Assuming you built both the same way, there's an easy way of checking
> what's causing the size difference. You can build your app directly
> with dsss, with oneatatime=yes. Don't build the lib separately first,
> let dsss do it all in one operation. Or you could try with
> oneatatime=no to speed it up, but the object file sizes won't be right then.
I buil app by dmd directly with same parameters.
> Do that with the same test app, using both dwt-win and dwt2. Then you
> can compare the object files that were created. See if there are more
> files used with dwt2, if they are bigger, etc.
> Of course, you could look at the .map file created when linking with
> /detailedmap, but that's harder to figure out. I've never bothered.
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