Uses old Rust 2015
|0.1.11||Mar 8, 2021|
#17 in #webasm
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Note: you probably don't need to use this project. This project is no longer necessary to run by hand, nor do you need the
For a longer explanation, these two points mean that
tetsy-wasm-gcis likely no longer a useful command to run for you:
- The Rust compiler now natively supports
--gc-sectionswhen linking wasm executables, which means wasm executables already have 90% of their garbage removed when coming out of the compiler.
wasm-bindgen) project will already run this by default for you, so there's no need to run it again.
Don't include this build! If you think you need to feel free to open an issue on
wasm-bindgen, as it may be a bug in one of those projects!
A small command to gc a wasm module and remove all unneeded exports, imports,
functions, etc. This is effectively
--gc-sections for arbitrary wasm
executables. Not needed by Rust programs coming out of the Rust compiler, only
provided here nowadays for learning purposes and to be used as a library if
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