[CM] Anyone working on S7 to web assembly?

Christos Vagias chris.actondev at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 11:25:25 PDT 2020

Hi Iain,

I have indeed thought about it, one use-case for me would be the s7 & imgui
thing running on web assembly.
That could be doable in theory since what I'm using is SDL, opengl, ImGui..
all of which can be compiled to web assembly.
But it hasn't been in my priorities at all.

One other really nice usecase, as you mentioned, would be the "try online"
thing for S7.

Might take a quick look into it one of these days. I'm going on vacation
though next week, so don't expect much
during this month.

Let's keep in touch though, and would be nice to see if anyone else would
be interested.


On Wed, 5 Aug 2020 at 16:48, Iain Duncan <iainduncanlists at gmail.com> wrote:

> So web assembly is an actual usable thing now, and there was much
> rejoicing! It seems to me that S7's ANSI C implementation ought to make it
> a good candidate for implementing in web assembly, which would be all kinds
> of cool for any web related projects. I gave it a crack and got some errors
> (just wanted to see if it would "just work"!), but thought I'd check
> whether this is on anyone else's radar or if anyone has thought about it. I
> think it would be dead cool to get Common Music working in a browser myself
> and would love to make a browser based demo/learning tool for Scheme for
> Max, but I expect the C innards to be above my head for managing this on my
> own.
> Anyone interested? :-)
> iain
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