There is no need for that as class memory is small by comparison to 
application memory. We limit the size of the API so API classes aren't a 
noticeable memory hog.

On Android the size of the .class files roughly corresponds to the overhead 
which is usually well under 1mb even for large apps. On iOS the size is 
also pretty small (albeit larger). You can unzip the IPA to find the 32/64 
bit binary to get a sense of how much ram is taken by the classes. It's 
nothing. Most RAM is taken by images by a huge margin.

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