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As explained in the case, we consider the size of the libraries that need to be included are big for the client.
For us is a concern that we need to distribute an additional 192MB with our executables. It's our impression that symphony c++ client libs should be much slimmer. And would like it to be cataloged as a defect that should be addressed at some point in the future releases. It's not blocking, still is not the right direction IMHO to distribute 192MB to send task over the network.
On the other end in the server side its OK to have HUGE libs.
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