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larger binaries produced by gcc 3.x than 2.9

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I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that binaries produced by
g++ 3.x are almost
twice as big as the ones produced by g++ 2.95.

Thanks
Jul 22 '05 #1
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"Medi Montaseri" <mo*******@netscape.net> wrote...
I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that binaries produced by
g++ 3.x are almost
twice as big as the ones produced by g++ 2.95.


Are you facing a problem of them not fitting on a floppy disk?
Jul 22 '05 #2

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Medi Montaseri wrote:
I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that binaries produced by
g++ 3.x are almost
twice as big as the ones produced by g++ 2.95.

I have a few questions for you.

a) where is the proof ?
b) do you think you really care ?
c) do you think you did everything to compare apples to apples ?
d) where is the question that is on-topic for this news-group ?

I suspect you might come up empty on question 4 and you might want to
try a gcc specific news-group or mailing list (warning - the "general"
gcc mail list is a high traffic list).
Jul 22 '05 #3

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