[xcb] Xlib size analysis - RFC

Bart Massey xcb@nickle.org
Fri, 07 Jun 2002 17:52:07 -0700

(BTW, I e-mailed you the list password, Jamey, in the
hopes you would help administer the list.  This
is what we call a "strategic decision", not a "screwup". :-)

My Xlib comes in at 863K text + data according to "size",
and 891K stripped according to ext2.  Why is yours so much


In message <1023446621.468.31.camel@zoo> you wrote:
> Hey, all!
> I'm trying to find distinct chunks of functionality in Xlib for the XCL
> presentation next week, and I wanted to get some feedback on my choice
> of partitions. Here is a list of categories and their associated object
> file globs. Anything not in one of these categories is expected to be
> core protocol code.
> Keysyms: KeysymStr.o StrKeysym.o
> I18N/L10N/Xim: [IO]?Wrap.o SetLocale.o XDefault*.o Xlc*.o im*.o lc*.o
> mb*.o utf8*.o wc*.o ximtrans.o
> Xcms: *CCC.o HV*.o IdOfPr.o LRGB.o Lab*.o Luv*.o PrOfId.o Q[^u]*.o
> UNDEFINED.o XRGB.o XYZ.o cms*.o xyY.o uvY.o
> Other: XKB*.o Xrm.o StrToText.o TextToStr.o Au[A-Z]*.o
> This produces this result:
> Core protocol: 162Kb
> Keysyms: 37Kb
> I18N/L10N/Xim: 309Kb
> Xcms: 49Kb
> Other: 108Kb
> Total: 665Kb
> What I'd like to know is if any of these categories should be split or
> merged, and if I've miscategorized anything.
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Jamey Sharp <jamey@cs.pdx.edu> - http://www.cs.pdx.edu/~jamey/
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