[Solved] Why is the file /bin/false so large?
marius at pov.lt
Wed Feb 10 08:51:19 GMT 2010
On Tue, Feb 09, 2010 at 06:11:26PM +0100, Werner Schram wrote:
> Additionally: /bin/false does do argument parsing. It can be called with
> the --version and the --help argument (note that you need to do
> '/bin/false --version' in bash, because false is a built in command).
> this is the output of size /bin/false:
> text data bss dec hex filename
> 28406 832 384 29622 73b6 /bin/false
> The text segment contains the actual source code
Well, not the _source_ code; the machine code.
One could envision a different approach to persistence (hands wave and
magical stardust appears overhead to percussive indian string music)
where objects in the database were proxied rather than deriving from a
common base class.
-- Casey Duncan
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