2011/2/26 Olivier Guilyardi :
So, the latest SLV2 has dropped librdf in favor of a minimal
RDF/Turtle implementation already done by Dave himself. Such
implementation is basically made of two libraries: Serd (parser) and
Sord (triple store).
Here is the size of the current svn SLV2 and its dependencies on my
machine (arch linux x86-64), all stripped, yet probably compiled with
-02, excluing glib: libslv2 is 61K, libsord is 29K, libserd is 44K,
libpcre is 236K (I didn't know it was a dependency, what is it for
Dave?). That means: slv2+sord+serd = 134K, adding pcre is 370K.
Now, libnacore when stripped is 56K... if it could substitute both
pcre and glib, it would mean the whole stack = 190K + something else.
Considering that Android platforms are probably 32 bit (right?) and
stuff could be compiled with -Os, I would say we would end up
somewhere in between 100 to 250K. Is that still too much?
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