This looks like a good internship project, btw.
I have opened a github project for this experiment: https://github.com/Yoric/js-js-ctypes .
Taras, given that I have some time waiting for reviews, do you want me to take a further look at this bug? Given the measurements on bug 873307, I suspect that this could help improve performance of js-ctypes calls.
(In reply to David Rajchenbach Teller [:Yoric] from comment #5) > Taras, given that I have some time waiting for reviews, do you want me to > take a further look at this bug? Given the measurements on bug 873307, I > suspect that this could help improve performance of js-ctypes calls. No. I think working on zero-copying strings/objects to workers is higher priority. I think you should help with that instead.
Comment on attachment 626822 [details] First draft of something Clearing stale request, sorry -- I'm sure there are better qualified people to look at this if you're still interested in pursuing it :)
5 years ago
Depends on: 578700
This looks very interesting! (In reply to David Rajchenbach Teller [:Yoric] (please use "needinfo?") from comment #3) > I have opened a github project for this experiment: > https://github.com/Yoric/js-js-ctypes . I understand the code, but I think I need more time to understand how the code in C++ library maps to the JS you wrote. Lets talk about this on IRC? I can do this for my project this semester :)
Actually, all of this will be much easier once bug 578700 has landed, so we should wait for that.
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