[fpc-devel] inline... and philosophy
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Fri Nov 8 15:55:40 CET 2019
On Fri, Nov 8, 2019 at 8:28 AM J. Gareth Moreton <gareth at moreton-family.com>
> The large binary sizes feel like an elephant
> in the room that no-one talks about.
Relatively speaking, FPC actually does very well as far as binary size for
a language that specifically aims to have robust RTTI functionality. C++
binaries are often small simply because because it's quite normal in C++ to
build with both exception handling and RTTI disabled entirely, for example.
Against basically anything else FPC generally comes out significantly
smaller, though. Ever seen the size of a Go binary? Or a Rust binary? Even
their Helllo Worlds are non-trivially larger than FPC's.
So I think no one talks about it essentially because FPC binaries are
already exactly the size they logically should be, given the general goals
of the language / compiler.
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