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    • Seriously reduced size of produced images · 912d9e3335b
      This is done by removing binary build tools and headers
      before first layer commit.
      
      The tradeoffs are
      
      - rebuild after change of requirements will be much longer,
        since the whole first step will then have to be redone.
      - dependent images will be able to pip install pure python packages
        only, unless they themselves build dependencies.
      
      But we get roughly from 480 MB down to 245 MB for mercurial-http-server,
      it's worth it in my mind, especially considering we might add some
      more build dependencies later (e.g, adding a Rust toolchain
      makes it almost 890 MB if we don't remove in the same command).
      Georges Racinet authored
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