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  • curprev 11:1911:19, 26 January 2023Jaruga talk contribs 2,857 bytes −1 →‎Use cases: Updated for Ruby. Ruby is written by C, and the configure script has the "--host wasm32-unknown-wasi" target to build WebAssembly. See <>.

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  • curprev 21:2121:21, 19 January 2023Codonell talk contribs 848 bytes +29 →‎Participants (alphabetical order)
  • curprev 17:0517:05, 19 January 2023Zvetlik talk contribs 819 bytes +819 Created page with "Welcome to WASM SIG! WebAssembly (abbreviated Wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. Wasm is designed as a portable compilation target for programming languages, enabling deployment on the web for client and server applications. WASM is used across various language ecosystems and technologies and the goal of this SIG is to help organize the effort of packaging and maintaining the packages while providing a good user experience. If you'r..."