Pythran "takes a Python module annotated with a few interface description
and turns it into a native Python module with the same interface (hopefully
How difficult / useful / relevant would it be to target .wasm module too ?
I realize this is a broad question, outside Pythran natural scope. And I
have no idea whether it's feasible (for normal humans) to take a Pythran
output and feed it into emscripen..
However I ask because (1) I find Pythran really convenient and efficient
(2) in my work we use the Python and web ecosystems in equal proportions I
see quite a few use cases.
Would be keen to know your thoughts.