Using the Haskell Host SDK
Please be sure you've installed Extism before continuing with this guide.
1. Install the Haskell library
Add the dependency to your cabal file:
2. Import the library and use the APIs
code.wasm in this example is our example plugin that counts vowels. If you want to run this, download it first and set the path:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/extism/extism/main/wasm/code.wasm > code.wasm
module Main where
import Extism.Manifest(manifest, wasmFile)
unwrap (Right x) = x
unwrap (Left (ErrorMessage msg)) = do
main = do
-- NOTE: if you encounter an error such as:
-- "Unable to load plugin: unknown import: wasi_snapshot_preview1::fd_write has not been defined"
-- change `False` to `True` in the following function to provide WASI imports to your plugin.
plugin <- unwrap <$> Extism.createPluginFromManifest (manifest [wasmFile "../wasm/code.wasm"]) False
res <- unwrap <$> Extism.call plugin "count_vowels" (Extism.toByteString "this is a test")
putStrLn (Extism.fromByteString res)
If you've encountered a bug or think something is missing, please open an issue on the Extism GitHub repository.
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