[Haskell-cafe] ghci & ghc -> JS (Emscripten)
blackbox.dev.ml at gmail.com
Tue Jul 2 16:38:51 CEST 2013
Thank you for all the replies.
Luite Stegeman - I was thinking that the LLVM IR code is optimized already
or you can run LLVM IR optimization passes to get rid of such things. I
think compiling with ghc -fllvm generates LLVM bitcode and then you can
We are creating an online graphics (HTML5 canvas, webgl) processing tool -
we want to use Haskell as our processing language and we want allow users
to interactively process graphics in a functional, lazy manner. We want
GHCI to be run inside browser, to allow for smooth work.
So what about compiling GHC to JS - please look at: http://repl.it/languages
There are a lot of interpreters (like python or ruby) compiled to
Would it be possible to compile the GHCI (written in haskell?) with GHC
interpreter? (not such "online" tools like "Try Haskell", which under the
hood compute everything on server)
2013/6/28 Tikhon Jelvis <tikhon at jelv.is>
> My understanding is that Try Haskell actually runs the submitted code on a
> the client. This is different from some of the other "try" websites (like
> try.ocamlpro.com), so it's easy to get confused.
> On Fri, Jun 28, 2013 at 11:24 AM, Henk-Jan van Tuyl <hjgtuyl at chello.nl>wrote:
>> On Fri, 28 Jun 2013 15:25:59 +0200, B B <blackbox.dev.ml at gmail.com>
>>> Does anybody tried, or is there anywhere a project, of online ghc or ghci
>> There is Try Haskell!, source code can be found on GitHub
>> Henk-Jan van Tuyl
>>  http://tryhaskell.org/
>>  https://github.com/chrisdone/**tryhaskell<https://github.com/chrisdone/tryhaskell>
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