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Re: Please start a release branch

From: Stephane Rouleau
Subject: Re: Please start a release branch
Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 13:00:42 -0500

Could it perhaps be debug information?  We'd often get caught with this sort
of problem on Windows, not sure if this applies here...


----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Jones" <lawrence.jones@eds.com>
To: "Paul Edwards" <kerravon@nosppaam.w3.to>
Cc: <bug-cvs@gnu.org>
Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 11:49 AM
Subject: Re: Please start a release branch

> Paul Edwards writes:
> >
> > The 1 meg increase going from 1.11 to 1.11.1p1 is the most disturbing.
> > What sort of enhancement did I get for 1 meg, a doubling of code size?
> It's not 1 meg, it's only 400k; but I take your point.  And the answer
> is, I haven't a clue.  On my system (BSD/OS 4.0.1), building 1.11 and
> 1.11.1p1 with --disable-client --disable-server gives:
> text    data    bss     dec     hex
> 332500  3348    5728    341576  53648   cvs1-11
> 335998  1444    5716    343158  53c76   cvs1-11-1p1
> So whatever caused the large difference is specific to your platform.
> 1.11.1 was the first release to use automake, so I can only conclude
> that the difference is due to different compilers, compile options, or
> link options due to the differences between the pre-automake build rules
> and the automake build rules.  As you can see from my results, there
> were no changes in the CVS code to account for such a drastic change.
> -Larry Jones
> He's just jealous because I accomplish so much more than he does. --
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