Wasm tools for lean

Included are:

Visual representation of the previous list.

Lurk runtime demo

First we'll clone cognivore/2022-12-08/yatimise branch.

git fetch --all
git checkout cognivore/2022-12-08/yatimise 

Optionally, let's clean whatever possible artefacts and compiled dependencies. A poor person's reproducible builds.

lake clean
rm -rf lean_packages/*

Now let's build everything!

lake build

Awesome, now let's run the Wasm lean expression.

lake exe yati_raw

You should get a number as the result of this call.

Now build lurk and install it into a place in your PATH:

cd /tmp
git clone https://github.com/lurk-lang/lurk-rs.git
cd lurk-rs
git checkout 11a29cb723a49b442907cdeb1e09e6a5729742a7
cargo build
cargo install --path .

The install part installs binaries into ~/.cargo/bin.

Do the same with yatima-lang:

cd /tmp
git clone https://github.com/yatima-inc/yatima-lang.git
cd yatima-lang
git checkout a6671e54b361e0f3d4c954803524762aee0f30f5
lake build
cp build/bin/yatima ~/.cargo/bin/

Now we can go back to the root directory of Wasm.lean project and run the following command:

yatima transpile Yati32Raw.lean -d=go -rs

This command tells the system that you want to run in Lurk function named go from the Lean file (!) called Yati32Raw.lean.

The last flag -rs means "use the reference Rust implementation of Lurk". Let's try out with our implementation!

yatima transpile Yati32Raw.lean -d=go -rs

As you see, all three times, the resulting number was the same. It has a special meaning, by the way, see if you can crack it!

If you could, send your answer to @cognivore over at Yatima Zulip to claim your bragging rights!


lake build.


lake build.


Build lspec: lake build lspec.

Run tests with ./lean_packages/LSpec/build/bin/lspec.