binaries not stripped

Andrew Hall halla3 at
Thu Sep 16 19:38:21 EDT 2004

I might be using the wrong terminology, but what is happening is after 
my make install the binaries are about 10M a piece.  If I strip the 
binaries it takes them down to a few hunded k a piece.  The fact that 
the binaries are 10M in size is my concern. 

This is happening on solaris 2.6, 8 and 9.  Any idea why the binaries 
are so large?  I noticed the -g flag is being used by gcc in my compile 



Sam Hartman wrote:

>I'd expect that make install would strip the binaries.  If it doesn't
>do so I think that is a bug.  The binaries in the build tree should
>not be stripped.

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