|Subject:||[C++-sig] Reducing size of binary|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Jun 2006 09:29:58 -0500|
I'm currently using Boost Python in a fairly large project using Linux and g++. The combined .so code that I tried to wrap is around 9MB (-O with no symbol). I got to a point where the python wrapper binary gets pretty big (sometimes the wrapper debug .so with symbols can get to 350 MB and the -O version without symobls would be around 18 MB). Compile time can get up to 15-20 minutes. As far as I see, I'm not doing anything too extraordinary. I am using a lot of add_property and def methods in the wrapper code.
Does anyone have hints on reducing the size of the wrapper binary?
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