Apologies if this isn't the place to ask, but I was hoping to get some clarification on how rustc's wasm32-unknown-unknown target relates to the WebAssembly core specification, now and going forward.
It's my understanding that at the moment, wasm32-unknown-unknown produces wasm bytecode that's wholly compliant with the 1.0 WebAssembly core spec. Is that correct?
It's also my understanding that the 1.1 core spec adds new functionality that compilers like rustc could take advantage of. If so, when the 1.1 core spec is finalized, how will rustc users pick between producing bytecode that utilizes 1.1 features, vs bytecode that's compatible with 1.0 interpreters?
I'm working on a project targeting platforms that aren't guaranteed to get 1.1 compatible interpreters, so I want to make sure that support for the 1.0 specification and interpreters isn't being dropped.