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Pass ERROR_ON_UNDEFINED_SYMBOLS=1 to emcc for asm/wasm targets #36515

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brson opened this Issue Sep 16, 2016 · 0 comments

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brson commented Sep 16, 2016

Today emscripten targets fail at runtime on undefined symbols. It would be much preferable for them to fail at compile time instead. But there are quite a few commonly undefined symbols today, including for unwinding, so requires some amount of work on #36514.

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bors added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 28, 2016

Auto merge of #36339 - brson:emscripten-new, r=alexcrichton
Working asmjs and wasm targets

This patch set results in a working standard library for the asmjs-unknown-emscripten and wasm32-unknown-emscripten targets. It is based on the work of @badboy and @rschulman.

It does a few things:

- Updates LLVM with the emscripten [fastcomp](rust-lang/llvm#50) patches, which include the pnacl IR legalizer and the asm.js backend. This patch is thought not to have any significant effect on existing targets.
- Teaches rustbuild to correctly link C code with emscripten
- Updates gcc-rs to work correctly with emscripten
- Teaches rustbuild to run crate tests for emscripten with node
- Modifies Thread::new to return an error on emscripten, to facilitate debugging a common failure mode
- Modifies libtest to run in single-threaded mode for emscripten
- Ignores a host of tests that don't work yet, mostly dealing with threads and I/O
- Updates libc with wasm32 definitions (presently the same as asmjs)
- Adds a wasm32-unknown-emscripten target that feeds the output of LLVM's asmjs backend through emcc to generate wasm

Notes and caveats:

- This is only known to work with `--enable-rustbuild`.
- The wasm32 target can't be tested correctly yet because of issues in compiletest and limitations in node kripken/emscripten#4542, but hello.rs does seem to work when run on node via the binaryen interpreter
- This requires an up to date installation of the emscripten sdk from its incoming branch
- Unwinding is very broken
- When enabling the emscripten targets jemalloc is disabled for all targets, which results in test failures for the host

Next steps are to fix the jemalloc issue, start building the two emscripten targets on the auto builders, then start producing nightlies.

#36317 tracks work on this.

Fixes #36515
Fixes #36515

bors added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 1, 2016

Auto merge of #36339 - brson:emscripten-new, r=alexcrichton
Working asmjs and wasm targets

This patch set results in a working standard library for the asmjs-unknown-emscripten and wasm32-unknown-emscripten targets. It is based on the work of @badboy and @rschulman.

It does a few things:

- Updates LLVM with the emscripten [fastcomp](rust-lang/llvm#50) patches, which include the pnacl IR legalizer and the asm.js backend. This patch is thought not to have any significant effect on existing targets.
- Teaches rustbuild to correctly link C code with emscripten
- Updates gcc-rs to work correctly with emscripten
- Teaches rustbuild to run crate tests for emscripten with node
- Modifies Thread::new to return an error on emscripten, to facilitate debugging a common failure mode
- Modifies libtest to run in single-threaded mode for emscripten
- Ignores a host of tests that don't work yet, mostly dealing with threads and I/O
- Updates libc with wasm32 definitions (presently the same as asmjs)
- Adds a wasm32-unknown-emscripten target that feeds the output of LLVM's asmjs backend through emcc to generate wasm

Notes and caveats:

- This is only known to work with `--enable-rustbuild`.
- The wasm32 target can't be tested correctly yet because of issues in compiletest and limitations in node kripken/emscripten#4542, but hello.rs does seem to work when run on node via the binaryen interpreter
- This requires an up to date installation of the emscripten sdk from its incoming branch
- Unwinding is very broken
- When enabling the emscripten targets jemalloc is disabled for all targets, which results in test failures for the host

Next steps are to fix the jemalloc issue, start building the two emscripten targets on the auto builders, then start producing nightlies.

#36317 tracks work on this.

Fixes #36515
Fixes #36515
Fixes #36356

@bors bors closed this in #36339 Oct 1, 2016

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