./devel/wabt, The WebAssembly Binary Toolkit

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.23, Package name: wabt-1.0.23, Maintainer: fcambus

WABT (we pronounce it "wabbit") is a suite of tools for WebAssembly.

These tools are intended for use in (or for development of) toolchains
or other systems that want to manipulate WebAssembly files. Unlike
the WebAssembly spec interpreter (which is written to be as simple,
declarative and "speccy" as possible), they are written in C/C++
and designed for easier integration into other systems. Unlike
Binaryen these tools do not aim to provide an optimization platform
or a higher-level compiler target; instead they aim for full fidelity
and compliance with the spec (e.g. 1:1 round-trips with no changes
to instructions).


Master sites:

SHA1: cb4c3f3b8280ee6c812747897d12fa5fe43dee8f
RMD160: 5c8e05457d1180d5097836b7daf5db00f3e28975
Filesize: 1080.472 KB

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   2021-03-25 09:43:38 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
wabt: update to 1.0.23.

ChangeLog:

- Add _free to exports for building libwabtjs
   2021-03-24 11:25:29 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
wabt: update to 1.0.22.

ChangeLog:

- thirdparty/testsuite updates
- WASI compilation fixes
- 32-bit compile fixes
- SIMD updates
   2021-03-04 10:42:31 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
wabt: update to 1.0.21.

No upstream ChangeLog.
   2021-02-16 17:54:26 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
devel/wabt: import wabt-1.0.20.

WABT (we pronounce it "wabbit") is a suite of tools for WebAssembly.

These tools are intended for use in (or for development of) toolchains
or other systems that want to manipulate WebAssembly files. Unlike
the WebAssembly spec interpreter (which is written to be as simple,
declarative and "speccy" as possible), they are written in C/C++
and designed for easier integration into other systems. Unlike
Binaryen these tools do not aim to provide an optimization platform
or a higher-level compiler target; instead they aim for full fidelity
and compliance with the spec (e.g. 1:1 round-trips with no changes
to instructions).