of dialogues and not to add limitiation of one thousand PA and dollars. More people prefer pass episodes at once. Does archiving remove the effect of splitting into sections? I am first compiling all.o's using -fdata-sections -ffunction-sections as flags. Then I am archiving these into a static library (lib. It will be unconvenient and costly.
A and using the -gc-sections flag in this linker. Now you can pass one episode for about 400 PA, when you move around in locatoins.
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Limitiation will unconvenient for players. (Also, any form of "strip" I am using doesn't seem to affect the executable at all!). For example, beta-testers spent 900 PA at first episode. Then I am building the executable linking this lib. New system of transitions and dialogues will very unconvrnient too. I am aiming at removing as much dead code as possible from my executable to reduce code-size. However I have one question. I followed a number of tips from some other questions on Stack Overflow and am using -fdata-sections -ffunction-sections.-gc-sections in my makefile. You will spend much more PA with dialogues, because one replica cost.
Requesting a professional estimate can reduce moving costs by up. I am aiming at removing as much dead code as possible from my executable to reduce code-size. Still the reduction obtained is very small. Beemoov moov beemove bee moov beemoov. BeeMove last online more than a month ago.