LLVM question...

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LLVM question...

Jason Foster

Anyone ever explored the idea of a HaXe frontend for LLVM?  There is already a JavaScript backend called Emscripten that looks pretty promising.

 

I realize the haxe compiler already basically serves this purpose, but it might be a good way to re-use existing C/C++ libraries in the browser.  There is also the potential for an open source variant of Alchemy, which seems to have been abandoned by Adobe externally…

 

Thanks,

 

Jason Foster

 




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On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 8:46 PM, Jason Foster <[hidden email]> wrote:

Anyone ever explored the idea of a HaXe frontend for LLVM?  There is already a JavaScript backend called Emscripten that looks pretty promising.


There is a project here to compile Neko using LLVM:


Regards,
Asger


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