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plonk420
post Nov 5 2001, 12:23
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i'm (less than a novice) using MSVC++6 to compile the winamp plugin from WinCVS and am getting a DLL between 2-3 times the size of the one someone was so kind as to email me (a month or so ago), not to mention, quite slow (pauses between songs for 2-3 seconds)...

this is compiler-related, right? there shouldn't have been so many changes to the source as to deteriorate performace, should there have been.

now the question is: is there a way to tell VC++ to compile for size/speed like in MSVB? or do you use a CLI compiler? if so which one, and what command line.. er.. commands do you use? (tinkered around with one for a while but only got majorly confused)
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