|author||Sam Clegg <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Oct 20 18:59:18 2021|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Wed Oct 20 18:59:18 2021|
Merge `addFunction` and `addFunctionWasm`. NFC (#15336) In updating the assert text in `addFunction` I noticed that we don't really need the internal `addFunctionWasm` anymore and we can just merge them for simplicity. `addFunctionWasm` was add as an internal function and never documents so should be safe to remove. The assertion from `addFunction` is more precisely handled the assert in the exception handling block: ``` assert(typeof sig !== 'undefined', 'Missing signature argument to addFunction: ' + func); ``` This handles that case where addFunction is given a JS function but no signature.
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