On 04/21/2017 07:52 AM, Martin Schreiber wrote:
> Hi,
>
> The attached program on Linux-x86:
> MSElang with LLVM 3.8.0 -O3
>
> time ./test1.bin
>
> real    0m2.582s
> user    0m2.467s
> sys     0m0.111s
> Binary size 18088 bytes after strip.
>
> FPC 3.0.3 -O3:
>
> time ./test1_fpc
>
> real    0m4.074s
> user    0m3.955s
> sys     0m0.119s
> Binary size 177576 bytes after strip.
>
> Looks good! :-)
>
> Martin
>
Now you're catching my attention... However when I compile test1.pas with 
fpc v3.0.0-3 the finished size is only 26,004 bytes. I don't think you used 
smart linking. Still it looks impressive. Does your binary require libc? 
FPC exes don't require any libs so they pack a bit more in the run time, 
rather than linking with libc.

-- 
Jon Foster
JF Possibilities, Inc.
j...@jfpossibilities.com


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