Le 21/04/2014 19:28, Bruce Dubbs a écrit : > Pierre Labastie wrote: >> Le 21/04/2014 10:36, Pierre Labastie a écrit : >>> Le 20/04/2014 18:08, Bruce Dubbs a écrit : >>>> bdu...@linuxfromscratch.org wrote: >>>> >>>>> Missing OpenJDK-22.214.171.124-i686-bin.tar.xz >>>>> Missing OpenJDK-126.96.36.199-x86_64-bin.tar.xz >>>> >>>> These tarballs are really large. Have the binaries in them been stripped? >>>> >> Stripping the shared libraries with --strip-debug, the executables with >> --strip-unneeded, removing src.zip and man, demo, sample directories, reduces >> the size of the tarball by roughly a factor of three (slightly less). >> >> I'll test that I can rebuild OpenJDK/Icedtea with those reduced binaries >> before uploading them.
Test OK >> >> OTOH, if somebody does not want to build OpenJDK/Icedtea, and wants to use >> the >> binary as is, it may be better to keep demo, man, and sample (adds 7MB or >> so). >> I do not know if src.zip is useful: It adds 40-45MB. Anybody knows what it is >> useful for? > > I have not looked at src.zip, but I think the man, demo, and sample > directories should remain for exactly the reason you say -- for > instance, some may only want java for something like fop and may not > want to build java. Googling around, I found that src.zip is needed if you want to use a debugger, in order to be able to see the source code. If we suppress the debug symbol in shared libraries, debugging is impossible anyway. Actually, if we want the OpenJDK binaries to be usable for development, we should not strip, nor suppress anything. If we just want a JDK for building, we can strip executable and libraries, suppress src.zip, demo and sample, keeping man for documenting the executables. Pierre -- http://linuxfromscratch.org/mailman/listinfo/blfs-dev FAQ: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/faq.html Unsubscribe: See the above information page