I want to reduce the size of my compiled executable. But without cargo-bloat on windows it is a nightmare.
The problem is that my program uses WinAPI so it only builds on windows.
If you have a solution for me.
Thank's in advance;
Depending on how deeply integrated WinAPI is to your application, you can use
#[cfg(target_os = "windows")] to only compile your WinAPI based functions on windows, and write functions that have the same name and signature but annotate them with
#[cfg(not(target_os = "windows"))] so that your program can still compile on other OSses.
While it doesn't measure binary size directly,
cargo llvm-lines might still be useful for finding likely areas to focus on.
My program only uses WinAPI so without it there no code.
Here the output, have you any idea to reduce the exe size with that. I see that image::JPEGEncoder takes a lot of space. Is there an alternative?
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