How can I know if it is ok to call main?
Is there something my JS code can listen to that will notify me that I can
Or should I just call main repeatedly until it works?
On Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 7:03:44 PM UTC-3, Alon Zakai wrote:
> You should only call main() when things are ready to execute, and some
> things are asynchronous (like file preloading, or the .mem init file
> loading), so this can be confusing. It is therefore best to let emscripten
> call main for you, instead of doing it yourself. If you want to do it
> yourself, the best way is to replace your main() with a function that
> notifies you it is ok to call main(), and then you can call your real main
> some time after that (but not before).
> - Alon
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 5:59 AM, wolfviking0 <anthon...@gmail.com
>> I have sometime this error when I start my 3D Engine.
>> Inside my JS settings I use this Module['noInitialRun'] = true; for
>> choose when I want start the Engine.
>> I call Module['callMain'](Module['arguments']); for launch.
>> May be I don't use rightly the function. Any suggestion about this error ?
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