On 02/26/2011 07:18 PM, David Robillard wrote:
> I'm more in to shrinking the actual runtime memory overhead to the
Oddly, on most Android devices you actually have plenty of RAM to work with,
especially in native code where the Java maximum heap size do not apply.
Memory's not a bottleneck.
I wasn't saying that libraries <100k are bloated. So far, I had the impression
that we were in the order hundreds of kilobytes, which is too much for plugin
support in an app, when you think about it as a whole, which means codecs and
> Replacing glib, it seems, is the main and by far most significant thing
All these changes sound very good to me.
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