Well, I'm in the middle of reading the "Cross-platform Programming With wxWidgets" - the book they sell on the wxwidgets.org site.
It seems, although I could be wrong at this moment in time, that we can dispense with most (possibly except PNG) image libraries as a start. If we can reformat the images as XPM, we should be able to include these directly in the code, which would then dispense with PNG and zLib.
I also have the feeling we won't be needing to include the HTML viewing libraries, amongst other things. I did try a build removing all of these things, but wxSTC failed to build. Once I figure out what dependencies we will actually need, I'll try trimming the builds down.
Looking at the basic list of libraries/sublibraries: (http://www.wxwindows.org/manuals/2.6.3/wx_utilities.html#utilities
)The following should not be required at all:
Helpview, Tex2RTF, Emulator, Object Graphics Library, Animate Library, MMedia Library, PlotThe following may be required but it seems a little unlikely:
Helpgen (we're using Doxygen?), Configuration Tool, XRC Resource System, Frame Layout Library (toolbars?), Gizmos library (has all sorts of things, so maybe something in there?)There is a good chance these will be required:
Net library (FTP support), Styled Text Control
After that, we can look at altering more drastic configure options for wxWidgets, like image support totally (XPM is C-compatible source code)