Pandoc in the browser w/ lua (possible contract gig?)

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    I'd like to get pandoc into the browser. I've done some emscripten work (C++ to browser) but know nothing about compiling Haskell to the wasm+js. This could be a contract gig, the goal is an open source repo with the same license as Pandoc that can do a build of Pandoc for the browser that can run lua filters. What I'm worried about is getting emscripten to compile the C code (including the lua vm), getting Asterius or ghcjs to compile the Haskell, and getting these linked up somehow.

  • wasm-pandoc

    Pandoc compiled into WebAssembly by Asterius. (works, but no lua filters)

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  • binaryen

    A Haskell to WebAssembly compiler (asterius has a demo, but no source, and I -assume no lua filter support)

  • hs-foreign-emscripten


    ghcjs does support C FFI, and I know of this very rough prototype that helps with the gap between ghcjs C FFI expectations and emscripten output

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