How to minimize RAM usage during Go binary compilation

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  • fasten-sources

    The Fasten Sources is a library that defines medical provider metadata (definitions - OpenID Metadata documents) and http clients (OAuth2/Smart-on-FHIR clients) which can be used to retrieve data from various Medical Providers (clients).

  • I can see all are repeated codes with difference in naming only. Definitely not true. Here are 2 different definition files: - https://github.com/fastenhealth/fasten-sources/blob/main/definitions/internal/source/360_care_of_georgia.go - https://github.com/fastenhealth/fasten-sources/blob/main/definitions/internal/source/advocate_sherman_hospital.go

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • fasten-onprem

    Fasten is an open-source, self-hosted, personal/family electronic medical record aggregator, designed to integrate with 100,000's of insurances/hospitals/clinics

  • Basically my application Fasten Health is designed to allow patients to pull their medical records from healthcare institutions — of with there are 10,000 currently supported, and 100,000s of thousands in the US.

  • jennifer

    Jennifer is a code generator for Go

  • We have a repo/library called fasten-sources which is made up of mostly generated code (using dave/jennifer)

  • AppImageKit

    Package desktop applications as AppImages that run on common Linux-based operating systems, such as RHEL, CentOS, openSUSE, SLED, Ubuntu, Fedora, debian and derivatives. Join #AppImage on irc.libera.chat

  • Although I haven't used plugins feature myself yet, this does sound like the perfect use case for them. Not every patient needs to access every single source. With plugins you can load only the source (or few sources) that they actually need. You can still use something like https://appimage.org/ to give them "a single binary", but will actually contain your slim binary and all the plugins.

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