why not just import new language into browser?

eric calidion at gmail.com
Tue May 26 17:18:11 UTC 2015

You are always misleading.

what you've listed just show that the trend is real and urgent.

but you choose to ignore it and mislead it.

why asm.js ? because there is no support for c++/c from browsers.
what if the browsers support c++/c navtively?

<script language="c" src="http://code.site.com/abc.o">
which will run faster than asm.js.
do we need asm.js then?

if browser natively support languages like c, c++, python, ruby.
then veryone can be a full stack programmer,

在 15/5/27 00:35, Matthew Robb 写道:
> On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 12:22 PM, eric <calidion at gmail.com 
> <mailto:calidion at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     C++ can be compiled to C too.
>     no one would say C is a neutral language interface.
> ​I'm sorry to tell you but the overwhelming trend within browsers is 
> not in favor of what you are proposing. C++ compiles to Javascript and 
> is VERY fast in that form.​
> See: http://emscripten.org and http://asmjs.org/
> If you don't think it will "catch on" then you should try to get more 
> informed on the subject.
> https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2015/05/07/bringing-asm-js-to-chakra-microsoft-edge/
> ​Finally: http://alwaysbetonjs.com​
> - Matthew Robb

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