Duetto C++ JavaScript Compiler Gets Better
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 11 January 2014 at 11:48 AM EST. Add A Comment
Duetto, the project similar in nature to EmScripten for compiling C/C++ to JavaScript for web use, has seen a new release.

Duetto 0.9.3 is out for better bringing C++ to the web. Improvements in this release include generated JavaScript files now being self-contained and not needing any helper JavaScript files, C++11 is now the default compilation mode, there's improvements to the standard C++ library support, and stdout/stderr are supported now using the web browser's console. Duetto 0.9.3 also has a new Windows installer.

Those interested in this EmScripten alternative that also uses LLVM for bringing C++ to the web can find details via this blog post. Next month the Duetto developers will be lifting the wraps on their next major release.
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