When I compile the ghc-8.8 branch locally, I get a number of test failures from the test suite. I'm not sure exactly how to fix them and they aren't currently my highest hobby priority.
Discontinued DEPRECATED in favor of ghc wasm backend, see https://www.tweag.io/blog/2022-11-22-wasm-backend-merged-in-ghc
Another option is Asterius. I'm not familiar with the current state, and it's not had active development for about 3 months now, either, so it may be in the same boat? But I think the big disadvantage of Asterius is that there's just a lot less usage, and therefore a lot less testing with the whole Haskell ecosystem, versus GHCJS which has been a fixture for a while and where loads of people have thought about compatibility for years.
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Building problems for using `Asterius` to compile Haskell to Webassembly.
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hint: Runtime Haskell interpreter
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Pandoc in the browser w/ lua (possible contract gig?)
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It seems like every top tier team I work in insists on Yarn over NPM, almost unanimously it seems like all of these killer devs know Yarn is the industry standard on serious projects. Why do all documentation across the web default to npm installation instructions and assume you're using npm?
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