Ah…ye of little faith. There has been some work internally on an
interesting utility to figure out exactly what symbols are being referenced
by applications so that one can strip out exactly what you need and no more
into a custom shared object for your target. So, in theory, you can cut
down your libc and such to bare bones and save some (maybe lots of?) space
on your target. I’m not sure if it has come to anything yet but it seems to
me that one could create quite a small image using something like that, hmm?
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I’m trying to Embedding Photon on a floppy disk like the 1.44 demodisk.
I read the section about embedding photon in the help file.
The minimal require library are
Only those library are much more then 1.44mb even if I put the +compress
option on the build file. only the libph.so take 1.2mb.
Here is a quotation from the 1.44 demo web site
“Like QNX itself, this windowing system starts with a tiny microkernel
and provides most GUI services through optional cooperating processes.
result: a fully scalable GUI”
The 1.44 Demo disk is based on QNX4
Can somebody explain me how to do it?
I doubt it can be done