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    Default Reduce Qt/e library size for Arm ..!

    Hi,

    I have build the Qt/e library for Arm using Arm toolchain but the static application size comes to 12.7 MB after I have fine tuned the size of the library by dissabling many features. How can I still reduce the size of the library? Or shall I go for GTK?

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    Jagadish

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    Default Re: Reduce Qt/e library size for Arm ..!

    Which Qt modules do you use? You may have done something wrong - without any tuning QtCore and QtGui are 12MB in size in total. Cutting out unnecessary parts should have stripped out at least half that size.
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