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Re: Re: Poor plot performance on Windows

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Re: Poor plot performance on Windows
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 23:17:58 +0900 (JST)

--- pr.nienhuis
> tmacchant wrote
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > 
> >> From: Mike Miller 
> >> To: Jake 
> >> Cc: Help GNU Octave 
> >> Date: 2016/3/17, Thu 15:23
> >> Subject: Re: Poor plot performance on Windows
> >> 
> >> Personally I am interested in helping make Octave as stable and portable
> >> as possible. I test and fix bugs on a wide range of GNU/Linux and UNIX
> >> systems even though I personally only use Debian.
> >> 
> >> I want Octave to be just as useful and stable on Windows as it is on
> >> Debian. I have no access to a Windows system to help make that happen,
> >> so all I can do is make suggestions for others to try and ask for test
> >> cases and debugger stack traces.
> > 
> > 
> > Perhaps mxe-octave can build octave for windows with debug symbols.
> > Am I right?
> > (However the package size will be huge.)
> > 
> > If it is possible I will try to build octave for windows with debug symbol
> > and will upload on my web site.
> Tatsuro,
> Building an unstripped windows binary is easy - in principle.
> But yes it will be huge, last time I made one it was around 990 MB.
> In addition, you can't make an installer, merely a zipdist, as the size of
> all files will probably exceed NSIS' 2 GB limit (it did in my case).
> Excluding the OF packages may help a little bit but not enough to avoid the
> NSIS limits.
> Philip

Philip , thanks for your information. As expected, it bocomes huge size binary. 

I am planning to use 7-zip  ed file to reduce size. Is there options for the 
debug build? 
Or I have to specify like the CC='gcc -g' ? in configure? 

Thanks for your advance.


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