Go, Matthew! :) Slay the evil beast.


On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 9:07 AM, Matthew Flatt <mfl...@cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> At Thu, 28 Oct 2010 10:48:43 -0700, John Clements wrote:
>> I took a look at the size of our C code base (all files ending in .c, .h,
>> .cpp, and .cxx, not including those with 'xsrc' in the path) to see how much
>> smaller gracket2 is, and (assuming I didn't miss something major) the
>> difference is truly impressive.  The below is ... | wc | sort -n | tail, so
>> it's just the 9 biggest and the total from each.
>> So, if I'm reading this correctly, we've gone from ~590K lines of C to about
>> ~340K lines of C. That's amazing.
> In one way, you undercounted: ".cc" was used for about 55k lines of C++
> code.
> At the same time, it's overcounting to include the libpng, libjpeg,
> etc. sources that we have in our repo for convenience. GRacket2 still
> depends on those libraries, but it either uses the versions that you
> have installed or uses binaries that are downloaded during a build.
> I would break it down like this:
>             C & C++ that we       C & C++ included       Total
>             maintain [*]          for convenience [**]
>  GRacket1           455k                190k               645k
>  GRacket2           252k                 85k               337k
>   * Racket run-time:  227k  (including 15k for GCs)
>     GUI (gr1 only):   197k
>     MysX, MzCom, SrP:  25k
>  ** Image parsers (gr1 only): 105k
>     Boehm GC and libffi:       85k
> Overall, GRacket2 replaces about 200k lines of C and C++ (on top of Xt,
> Win32, and Carbon) with about 30k lines of Racket code (on top of Gtk,
> Win32, and Cocoa) plus Cairo and Pango.
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