V8 Version: 6.9.427.19 (August 2018)
Due to the complexity of building V8, this package is not buildable with
go get github.com/ry/v8worker2 cd `go env GOPATH`/src/github.com/ry/v8worker2 ./build.py # Will take ~30 minutes to compile. go test
If you have ccache installed,
./build.py --use_ccache will take advantage of
it. This is useful to avoid rebuilding V8 so much.
The interface has just three methods
for the details.
Difference from the original v8worker
The original v8worker passed strings between Go and V8. v8worker2 instead communicates using ArrayBuffer, which is more efficient.
The original included
sendSyncmethods. These were deemed unnecessary. Now
send()can operate both sychronously by returning another ArrayBuffer. Simply return a
bytefrom the golang recv callback.
This version is compatible with modern V8, has a better build setup, and uses Travis for CI.
The original prefixed the methods with dollar signs, this version uses a global name space object and provides a typescript declaration file.
MIT License. Contributions welcome.
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