the minifier of squish is quite powerful, and can be set to need no additional space to expand the code.
Am 10.04.2018 um 18:33 schrieb Francisco Olarte:
On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 1:07 PM, Frank Kastenholz
Put your scripts in a set of big char arrays and load them from there.Don't forget to hash the checker and the loader too. They should have
It’s fairly straight forward and works perfectly well.
I suggest generating a hash of the scripts and checking it ... to protect
against memory corruption.
been stored in the same place.
Compression saves space. But costs time and CPU to load. In our environmentAlso, don't forget you'll need space for decompression ( probably
we were too cpu/time constrained so didn’t compress.
small ) and for the decompressor ( unless you already have one for
other purposes ).
In any case it needs to be considered that not compiled code needs memory space for the source and the compiled code.