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Compile core to WASM #52

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orthecreedence opened this Issue May 24, 2018 · 3 comments

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orthecreedence commented May 24, 2018

This would enable Turtl web clients. Not that I personally approve of web clients, but who am I to judge?

The core is in Rust, and Rust uses LLVM, and LLVM has a WASM target, so a majority of the work is done. I think the real issue is picking apart every single little issue that each crate has with being compiled to WASM. Also not sure about threading support and all that. I think FS support works via IndexedDB, but we use synchronous FS access and IDB is async...so how the hell does that work? Lots of questions.

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I'm moving this to roadmap. Not sure when it will get in, but I'm actually thinking this is more and more important. I'd like to launch a web version of Turtl at some point, and just be explicit about the dangers of it. Also, I know the Framanotes folks would like this as well.

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orthecreedence commented Oct 16, 2018

I'm moving this to roadmap. Not sure when it will get in, but I'm actually thinking this is more and more important. I'd like to launch a web version of Turtl at some point, and just be explicit about the dangers of it. Also, I know the Framanotes folks would like this as well.

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Also, I know the Framanotes folks would like this as well.

Awww… 🤗 ❤️

Thank you!

ldidry commented Oct 16, 2018

Also, I know the Framanotes folks would like this as well.

Awww… 🤗 ❤️

Thank you!

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Of course!

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orthecreedence commented Oct 16, 2018

Of course!

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