wat-desugar - Man Page

parse .wat text form and print canonical flat format

Synopsis

wat-desugar[options] file

Description

wat-desugar parses .wat text form as supported by the spec interpreter (s-expressions, flat syntax, or mixed) and prints "canonical" flat format.

The options are as follows:

--help

Print a help message

-o, --output=FILE

Output file for the formatted file

--debug-parser

Turn on debugging the parser of wat files

-f, --fold-exprs

Write folded expressions where possible

--enable-exceptions

Experimental exception handling

--disable-mutable-globals

Import/export mutable globals

--enable-saturating-float-to-int

Saturating float-to-int operators

--enable-sign-extension

Sign-extension operators

--enable-simd

SIMD support

--enable-threads

Threading support

--inline-exports

Write all exports inline

--inline-imports

Write all imports inline

--generate-names

Give auto-generated names to non-named functions, types, etc.

Examples

Write output to stdout

$ wat-desugar test.wat

Write output to test2.wat

$ wat-desugar test.wat -o test2.wat

Generate names for indexed variables

$ wat-desugar --generate-names test.wat

See Also

wasm-interp(1), wasm-objdump(1), wasm-opcodecnt(1), wasm-strip(1), wasm-validate(1), wasm2c(1), wasm2wat(1), wast2json(1), wat2wasm(1,) spectest-interp(1)

Bugs

If you find a bug, please report it at
https://github.com/WebAssembly/wabt/issues.

Referenced By

spectest-interp(1), wasm2c(1), wasm2wat(1), wasm-decompile(1), wasm-interp(1), wasm-objdump(1), wasm-opcodecnt(1), wasm-strip(1), wasm-validate(1), wast2json(1), wat2wasm(1).

February 5, 2021