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Duetto C++ Compiler For The Web Is Now Released

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Published on 31 October 2013 10:11 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler
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Leaning Technologies today published their source code to Duetto, the latest project to compile C++ to HTML5/JavaScript web apps.

We've been talking about Duetto for months as the latest LLVM/Clang project for trying to bring C++ code-bases to the web. The most notable project to compare Duetto to is of course EmScripten. The Duetto LLVM project is offered by Leaning Tech as both an open-source project and one that is also available for commercial licensing with closed-source-friendly options.

Duetto aims to have robustness and scalability for bringing C++ to the web, can access all browser APIs directly, uses Clang for proven reliability, LLVM optimizes for efficient JavaScript, and C++ objects are mapped directly to JavaScript objects.

For those wanting to fetch the Duetto compiler code can find it hosted on GitHub and more information via the developer's blog post.

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