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WebAssembly (abbreviated Wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. Wasm is designed as a portable target for compilation of high-level languages like C/C++/Rust, enabling deployment on the web for client and server applications.

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GTANAdam commented Apr 27, 2020

It seems that tinygo doesn't not support MIPS based embedded devices out of the box, although LLVM does support the following:

    mips       - MIPS (32-bit big endian)
    mips64     - MIPS (64-bit big endian)
    mips64el   - MIPS (64-bit little endian)
    mipsel     - MIPS (32-bit little endian)

My intent is to execute the tinygo compiled binary within a mipsel linux box, no

rth commented Jul 10, 2020

Related to #663 , adding type annotations to pyodide_build as well as packages/micropip modules would likely make iterating on other build related issues faster (as some issues could be detected earlier), and would make the code more readable.

We only need to annotate the of input and output in functions/methods. Mypy should also then activated in the CI [here](http

SetTrend commented Jul 28, 2020

What would you like clarification on:

I read that Uno renders all controls in Windows style and there is an option somewhere deep in Uno to have some of the controls render in native OS style.

I believe it's crucial to be able to switch an application's (or page's) property to render controls using native styles wherever applicable (and to be able to switch back to Windows style again when

ballercat commented Oct 14, 2018


walt-cli package when linking multiple .walt files together can "wrap" the modules in a stand-alone JS module. The resulting module is too large because it serialized the dependency tree with the AST information encoded directly into the output, resulting in a massive amount of js.

Encoding the dependencies into the file is done to ensure the module can be used stand-alone in br

aniruddhamurali commented May 8, 2020

Feature Request

Description of Problem:

Sometimes, when displaying the candlestick and OHLC charts, the y-axis tick values and label overlap, making the charts a little hard to read. I found this example in the Conceptual Overview tab on the Perspective docs page:

<img width="787" alt="Screen Shot 2020-05-07 at 9 26 28 PM" src="


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