Compiled JS

Karl Cheng qantas94heavy at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 04:56:51 UTC 2017


It seems that you're referring to something like WebAssembly
<http://webassembly.org/> or a binary AST
<https://github.com/syg/ecmascript-binary-ast>. Please check them out and
see if they're similar to what you're thinking of.

On 25 October 2017 at 08:06, doodad-js Admin <doodadjs at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
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> By seeing many proposals about reducing the syntax for X and Y, I just
> want to open the idea of a [non-native] compiled JS world. What do you
> think?
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> Because, if that’s not the problem (code size), what it is ?
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