Deployment flags
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There are three sets of deployment flags. The first set controls the major subsystems which are to be included in the deployment image:
deploy-unicode?

deploy-ui?


The second set of flags controls the level of stripping to be performed on the deployment image; there is a trade-off between image size, and retaining functionality which is required by the application:
deploy-reflection

deploy-word-props?

deploy-c-types?


Finally, the third set controls the format of the generated product:
deploy-console?


Advanced deploy options
There are some flags which may reduce deployed application size in trivial or specialized applications. These settings cannot usually be changed from their defaults and still produce a working application. These settings are not available from the deploy tool UI and must be set by manually editing a vocabulary's deploy.factor file.
deploy-help?

deploy-math?

deploy-threads?

deploy-io