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Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi,

Today I run Delphi XE2 first time and I make few changes in setting and can not remember. Now when I going to compile then EXE file size 6.9 Mb (simple a form without any button or something) . How reset to original?

Delphi Compiler screenshot is here:
http://screensnapr.com/v/bDxznB.png

Compiling:
http://screensnapr.com/v/VL59Sk.png

Linking:
http://screensnapr.com/v/zcwP8H.png

Runtime Package:
http://screensnapr.com/v/RZO2QS.png

I don’t understand. Please help me.
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The only thing that can add that kind of sizeable data is 'debug informations' checked in
'Delphi Compiler' -> 'Linking'

But it looks like yours is correct. I can only tell for Delphi XE, but since this above fact has been true since D5, I suppose that is also the case for XE2.

I've looked at your other parameters, they look fine as well.

Maybe there is a small bug in XE2 ?
With older Delphi versions, I sometimes screwed a project in such similar ways (undetermined project config errors) .
Best option then : Recreate the project file and add all of your current project files and needed parameters.
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First time when I build it's size 1.2 Mb

But after change in project option it increases. Thus I suppose I make mistake in project option.
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try and rename this configuration file
<system drive>\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\Embarcadero\8.0\DefProject.bdsproj
in XE project configuration file is DefProject.bdsproj .
Renaming this file and restarting XE should create a default DefProject.bdsproj file.
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no, don’t change. is same
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what that gives with a NEW project ?
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Project is good but generate exe is big in size always.

Approx 6.9 Mb

if zipped then 1.2 Mb

I don’t know why so big in size
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