Program size option removal (fglrun -s)

The -s option of fglrun is no longer available.

Before version 2.30 the -s option of fglrun was used to compute the size of program elements such as global and module variables, p-code and structured data types. Starting with version 2.30, this option reported a size of zero. With version 2.40 the -s option is now fully desupported.

The -s option was mainly implemented for internal use. Regarding the amount of memory used by a program, it is recommended that you consider the memory allocated dynamically at runtime: If you fill large dynamic arrays, or leave a lot of SQL cursors open without freeing them, the memory footprint of a program can be much larger than the actual size of static elements that may be reported by the -s option.