My small utility that gives binary size statistics from the Map file just got updated to version 1.5
This updates improves statistics gathered and reported for DCU file sizes, and introduces a small speedup.
MapFileStats v1.4 is now available, this version provides a lot more details about where the bytes in your executables come from. It also features improved visualization and performance.
My small MapFileStats utility has been updated to 1.3 (last public release was four years ago…).
The utility provides simple statistics about compiled size, to help you figure out what went into your executable.
This version add as few minor features and improves detection of project file, which could result in missing DFM size.
SamplingProfiler v1.7.0 is now available, you can get the zip and release details from its changelog page.
As announced last week, the changes are a fix for a bug that could drastically affect the execution speed of the profiled application when relying on MAP files for debug information, if you were hit by this bug, things should be like night and day with this version (and hopefully I didn’t break anything else in the process…).
MapFileStats v1.2 is now available for download, it fixes reported issues and introduces a few minor improvements, such as using the ability to abort search paths scans and remembering MAP File and Search Paths options between executions. You can find the complete list in the changelog.
Still hot out of the D2009 linker is v1.6.1 of SamplingProfiler.
This is essentially a bugfix release which should solve the Win2k compatibility issue.
MapFileStats is a simple free utility to obtain executable binary size statistics derived from a “.map” file.
Use it to know which units contribute the most to an executable’s size, which DFMs are the largest, which units you have dependencies on but barely use in your executable, or merely to know exactly what gets into your executable.
You can integrate it into the Delphi IDE via the Tools menu, see the MapFileStats page for more details or to the download page and see for yourself!