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  1. Forked from apple/swift

    WebAssembly support for the Swift programming language

    C++ 878 20

  2. Swift framework to interact with JavaScript through WebAssembly.

    Swift 393 22

  3. An interactive debugger for WebAssembly

    Rust 60 3

  4. An experimental type-level Ruby interpreter for testing and understanding Ruby code

    Ruby 455 37

  5. A linter tool for Interface Builder

    Swift 923 37

  6. The LLVM Project is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. Note: the repository does not accept github pull requests at this moment. Please submit your patches at…

    10.7k 4.2k

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October 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in apple/swift-package-manager that received 9 comments

Stop renaming main symbol for WASI

Stop renaming main symbol for WASI due to lack of support in the linker Motivation: The latest SwiftPM rename main entry point name of executable t…

+64 −6 9 comments

Created an issue in swiftwasm/swift that received 3 comments

Task.sleep(nanoseconds:) causes a crash after resuming

Somehow it doesn't work due to a mysterious unreachable instruction at the end of thunk function. The minimal reproducible code and steps are here. @…

3 comments
3 contributions in private repositories Oct 4 – Oct 6

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