[webkit-qt] how to shrink distribution, if possible?
Richard Gerd Kuesters
richard at humantech.com.br
Fri Oct 25 11:21:17 PDT 2013
I'm sorry for my DLL list. We already rips *d.dll from the distrib :)
I was wondering if print or qml or quick or sensors are really necessary
for webkit to work ...
On 10/25/2013 02:46 PM, Andras Becsi wrote:
> On 25 October 2013 14:58, Richard Gerd Kuesters
> <richard at humantech.com.br <mailto:richard at humantech.com.br>> wrote:
> Hello all!
> I am currently tweaking one of my webkit applications to shrink
> its size (bandwidth costs are sometimes high).
> Basically, what I use: SQLite, lzma, jsonxx, ICU, iconv and Qt.
> In the Qt part, what I use is:
> * core
> * gui
> * network
> * webkit
> * widgets
> * webkitwidgets
> So, In my Windows distribution (for example), I have a bloat of
> libs to add into my package, but I wonder if it is possible to
> shrink it, let's say, compiling only what I really need from Qt.
> Any thoughts? Or dependency walker would be the only way?
> Kind regards,
> PS: Just FYI, here's a list of DLL files that goes with the distrib.
> You might not need the debug libraries (*d.dll), which might save you
> some space.
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