Calling c++ wasm from python
I'm trying to build a wasm module from scratch, to be called from python using the wasmer python extension, but am having issues with anything beyond a few trivial functions.
As a minimal example, I have no trouble compiling the following c++ code:
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How can we call C code in go-wasmer ?
Is this achievable in a current wasmer release ?
1. compile c to wasm using clang …
Unable to handle `f32` types in go-wasmer.
Tried to call f32 type, but it giving me result as 0
but able to handle f64 types
The latest version of emscripten isn't supported
I noticed that wasm moudles compiled by the latest version of emscipten do not work in wasmer. The runtime is missing some wasi functions:
Compiling Go to WASM with exported functions
Hi all, I want to be able to write the canonical example for wasmer:
but written in Go. I want to be able to use
when later loading in the compiled .wasm file, but it shows that the exports map is empty. Here is my Go script I'm compiling to WASM: …
Share memory region between wasm instances
Is there any possibility to "map" the same physical memory area to several wasm instances? My idea is to make "communication" between wasm instances through this shared memory.
What are my options if I want to use strings or bytes as parameters?
Running `.wasm` code in `Nginx` ?
Where is the code for nginx.wasm (https://github.com/wasmerio/wasmer-nginx-example)
Can we run any wasm code generated from Rust/C++ in nginx ? or right now it is just capable of image files only?
Steps to run wasmer go-ext in windows
What are the needed libraries or set-up to run go-ext wasmer in windows. Like the benchmarks from the repository. The error if it is run as it is is: test2json: exit status 3221225781 - missing a dll. When copying the dll from wasmer release into the benchmark folder it panics…