Hi, I love using Cloud9 IDE and have been using it a lot.
It’s great having your own Ubuntu workspace to work in, especially when I’m on a Windows machine (and nothing open-source builds on Windows easily).
So I’ve been trying to get Emscripten to work
- Emscripten, C++ for the web is similar, but is very different for reasons I’ll point out shortly.
Apparently, on Linux, you have to compile Emscripten from source. I got the portable SDK and did
./emsdk install sdk-master-32bit.
However, it failed in the middle, saying
cc1plus hit the memory limit (512 MB).
My question is: Is there a way to compile Emscripten on Cloud9 without hitting the memory limit? (I know about workspace resizing, but compiling uses a terrific amount of RAM [it ran out of memory on my VirtualBox VM]).
I think a better solution would be to provide an “Emscripten” workspace template.
Thanks for reading!