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The following three graphs show the Text (Code) and Data sizes for resiprocate objects on a PPC 970 platform.  This is intended to be a snapshot for people interested in reducing the footprint of the library and/or understanding where the various space is allocated for the library's resident image. The y-axis is in bytes, x-axis has filenames, sorted by object size.
 
The following three graphs show the Text (Code) and Data sizes for resiprocate objects on a PPC 970 platform.  This is intended to be a snapshot for people interested in reducing the footprint of the library and/or understanding where the various space is allocated for the library's resident image. The y-axis is in bytes, x-axis has filenames, sorted by object size.
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This library was compiled WITHOUT any optimization at all. It is simply a starting point for people who want to dig deeper into the code/data/text sizes.
  
 
[[Image:sizes-1-thumb.png]] [  [[media:sizes-1.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-1.pdf|PDF]] ]  
 
[[Image:sizes-1-thumb.png]] [  [[media:sizes-1.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-1.pdf|PDF]] ]  
 
The first set of files (the largest).
 
The first set of files (the largest).
  
[[Image:sizes-2-thumb.png]]
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[[Image:sizes-2-thumb.png]] [  [[media:sizes-2.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-2.pdf|PDF]] ]   
[  [[media:sizes-2.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-2.pdf|PDF]] ]   
 
 
The second group of files.
 
The second group of files.
  
[[Image:sizes-3-thumb.png]]
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[[Image:sizes-3-thumb.png]] [  [[media:sizes-3.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-3.pdf|PDF]] ]  
[  [[media:sizes-3.png|PNG]] | [[media:sizes-3.pdf|PDF]] ]  
 
 
The final group of files (all very small).
 
The final group of files (all very small).

Latest revision as of 09:48, 25 July 2005

Object Sizes[edit]

The following three graphs show the Text (Code) and Data sizes for resiprocate objects on a PPC 970 platform. This is intended to be a snapshot for people interested in reducing the footprint of the library and/or understanding where the various space is allocated for the library's resident image. The y-axis is in bytes, x-axis has filenames, sorted by object size.

This library was compiled WITHOUT any optimization at all. It is simply a starting point for people who want to dig deeper into the code/data/text sizes.

Sizes-1-thumb.png [ PNG | PDF ] The first set of files (the largest).

Sizes-2-thumb.png [ PNG | PDF ] The second group of files.

Sizes-3-thumb.png [ PNG | PDF ] The final group of files (all very small).