[cctbxbb] (not really cctbx: PHENIX release bundle content: .o files)
Winter, Graeme (DLSLtd,RAL,LSCI)
Graeme.Winter at diamond.ac.uk
Mon Jan 25 05:53:29 PST 2021
Could not think of a better place to ask this question
Installed a PHENIX update this morning and noticed it is quite a substantial download - hard to avoid, in this modern day. While unpacking I noticed it contained a lot of object files - totting it up seems to be ~ 450 MB of .o files which are probably not useful for the average end user.
Just wondered, are these worth stripping out before making the release bundles?
I note the same is true for DIALS so I am not claiming some moral high ground here & also
… looks like my colleagues decided to pick up on this & happened to agree
Just thought worth asking
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