rinigus.git at gmail.com
Sat Dec 23 15:36:13 UTC 2017
Well, in my case, I am surely not going to drop it since its used by Mapbox
and Valhalla. But making such specific-tailored libicu is not high enough
on priority either - there are so many other things to do first. So, Pekka,
I hope you'll succeed with libicu optimization that we could just link to
it and add as dependency to our applications.
On Sat, Dec 23, 2017 at 9:16 AM, Tone Kastlunger <users.giulietta at gmail.com>
> One would question at this point, whats the benefit of this library if
> such complex scenario needs to be considered
> each time you need to use it :)
> On Fri, Dec 22, 2017 at 11:11 AM, Pekka Vuorela <pekka.vuorela at jolla.com>
>> On Thu, 2017-12-21 at 21:33 +0200, rinigus wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > when using non-Qt libraries, its sometimes required to link to libicu
>> > with its friends. When distributing applications linking to it, you
>> > end up with 25MB of library data that is also provided in the system.
>> > On my device, there are three apps using it (2 mine). With many
>> > complaining about Sony X root partition size, I wonder how standard
>> > this library is in SFOS installations. I would expect its always
>> > there. If it is standard, shouldn't we get it into permitted libs
>> > list for Jolla Harbour?
>> Sorry, but not that simple:
>> I've long hoped for getting icu updated too (which isn't too simple
>> either). Guess there could be hope in having some day support with the
>> rules set in above link, we already do build with --disable-renaming.
>> In the meanwhile, it's also possible to strip away a lot of data from
>> icu builds:
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