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Wasmer is a organization dedicated to the advancement and development of WebAssembly through open-source software.

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Wasmer and InstanceContext memory corruption

One of our teams has been struggling with memory corruption when using Wasmer and we are getting to the point where we are forced to move to wasmtime, due to the lack of adequate response from Wasmer.io. Would love to hear some community feedback on out issue, more details to…

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Use within Tendermint blockchain

Hello, has anyone attempted to use Wasmer as the smart contract platform on top of a blockchain. Specifically, Tendermint?

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Porting nodejs to wasm

WASI as a build platform #34972

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Webassembly.sh: Why stdin is implemented via alert-like prompt?

https://github.com/wasmerio/webassembly.sh/issues/79

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Non-constant CPU instructions generated for wasm code

I was told recently that atomic Wasm instructions translated to a non-constant number of CPU instructions. Is this true, if so are there any other examples?

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Is wasmer doing well?

Great job with wasmer! I wish to distribute a binary, but don’t want to bother with packaging for different os-es/archs. Seems to be a case for wax. There was little activity lately, both in the blog and new package uploads. I wonder if the project is healthy and dependable.

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Compile Error in Exposing Host Functions Rust Example

Hello there! I am a complete noob with rust and wasmer, but wanted to follow the rust language integration examples. The first two examples worked as they should, but I get a rust compile error when running cargo run. As I said, I am completely new to rust, so I have no idea…

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ImportNotFound when running application compiled with emscripten

New to wasmer here. I have a native application---blackscholes from the PARSEC benchmark suite---that I compiled with emscripten. It reads an input file and writes result to an output file. When I run it with wasmer run blackscholes.wasm I get the following error: I'm on…

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Help, wasmFs.fs.createWriteStream().write() Error: Invalid data

How should I use WritableStream with WasmFs in the browser? I'm trying: const value: Uint8Array; …

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How to prepare the C main function parameters using wasmer_value_t?

Question A: Parameters I compiled a C program with wasicc with a main function like: int main(int argc,char *argv[]){ …

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