[Project_owners] Anyone interested? Extension Minimizer Tool

Anton Glazatov antonglv at gmail.com
Sat May 17 22:10:56 PDT 2008


Eric H. Jung
I shall acknowledge, I was wrong. Your extensions actually win in the 
size if unused locales will are removed.

The 'nonconformities' is 'unmatch' or so. For example, 'en-us' locale 
have 'someentity' entity but 'pl-pl' locale have not it.
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>> From: Anton Glazatov <antonglv at gmail.com>
>> To: Mozdev Project Owners List <project_owners at mozdev.org>
>> Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2008 1:40:09 AM
>> Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Anyone interested? Extension Minimizer Tool
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>> The size of extesnsion weakly depends on size and quantity of 
>> localizations. 
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> I emphatically don't agree. For example, one of my extensions
> has 26 localizations. Some of the strings are hundreds of bytes each. I
> have many strings in the 300-400 byte range and several in the 500-600 byte
> range. Even more in the 200-300 byte range.
>
> Multiply each of those times 26, and even with zip compression
> it's quite significant.
>
> The tool, which checks nonconformities in the 
>   
>> localizations, would be better.
>>     
>
> I don'tunderstand this comment. .What is a"nonconformities"?
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