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I know WPF.Core hasn't been released yet...
But just a simple Hello Word, selfcontained, WPF app is about 100Mb Blush | :O
Does anyone knows or can take a good guess whether it will be smaller when officially released?

Any action the developer can take to reduce the size of such apps?

[EDIT] for clarity:
I got .NET Core 3.0 preview 5.
All I just did is create new empty WPF project, all it has is a single empty window. And not that much code at all.

Then I chose publish to folder, selfcontained, win-x64.
And boom, 125Mb directory! Cry | Cry | :((

BTW what is the "framework dependent" deployment mode?
The publish folder is only 300kb.. But I am unsure as to what it depends on... I guess .NET Core 3 runtime on the target machine? It's probably an OK option.
In fact I am unsure when one would chose selfcontained then, since the installer can make sure the .NET Core 3 runtime is installed...
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