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code size latest snapshop versus 200206
- Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 10:26:19 -0600
- From: joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com (Joel Sherrill)
- Subject: code size latest snapshop versus 200206
> Joel Sherrill wrote:
> >Chris Johns wrote:
> >>Till Straumann wrote:
> >>>It's not clear who is really responsible for the net increase
> >>>as some things got bigger and some new symbols appear but other
> >>>symbols shrunk or disappeared.
> >>>There is also noticable fluctuation among small items.
> >>I agree. Most items are small excluding the _vfiprintf_r/_vfprintf_r etc. Some call
> >>must have been added to bring these in.
> >>Not sure why the change has happened.
> >If the references to _vfiprintf_r/_vfprintf_r are new, then
> >please use the -Map option to ld to find out what is rerfercing it
> >and forcing it in.
> Hmm - I didn't look at the -Map yet but my guess is that hello world
> calls printf who probably
> wraps _vfprintf_r, the latter referencing _vfiprintf_r
Is the newlib version changing between these two points?
> >I am in the middle of building tools so am not in a good position to
> >check other targets. What BSP are you using Peter? If not a PPC one,
> >then it is likely some shared support code and we need to find it and
> >reduce the dependencies.
> >> Chris Johns, cjohns at cybertec.com.au
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