These may serve as example and showcase of the MLIR binary footprint.
Right now a release build of these tools on a linux machine shows:
- mlir-cat: 2MB This includes the Core IR, the builtin dialect, the textual parser/printer, the support for bytecode.
- mlir-minimal-opt: 3MB This adds all the tooling for an mlir-opt tool: the pass infrastructure and all the instrumentation associated with it.
- mlir-miminal-opt-canonicalize: 4.8MB This add the canonicalizer pass, which pulls in all the pattern/rewrite machinery, including the PDL compiler and intepreter.