Duetto C++ Web Compiler Supports Async RPC, New Headers
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 17 March 2014 at 01:05 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Duetto is a C++ compiler for the web similar to EmScripten whereby C++ code is made web-compatible through the use of LLVM and a JavaScript back-end. The latest work on the Duetto compiler allows for new functionality.

Duetto 0.9.4 was announced today and this new "compiler for the web" release has initial support for promise-based async RPC, string interoperability with JavaScript, support for C++ mutex/atomic/thread headers, and various other changes.

Open-source developers wishing to translate C++ code for web usage via JavaScript can learn more information about Duetto 0.9.4 via the developer's blog post.
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