I've noticed for a while the __orxRASPBERRY_PI__ preprocessor flag listed at: https://bitbucket.org/orx/orx
Can we really build Raspberry Pi versions of orx?
I would imagine this is really building for a generic ARM based processor, right? So anything built with this can work on all sorts of small ARM based computers?
I suppose each of Orx's dependancies would have to be re-compiled for ARM too.
But yes, the idead for Raspberry Pi was to add the plugins for that platform but I never got the time to do it. Back when I started, there wasn't much 3rd party library with support for the Pi, so writing those plugins wasn't a small task.
Now I believe SDL 2 works well with it, so if we had SDL 2 plugins, I guess it'd be easy to support the Pi as well (GLFW doesn't really support it, for example).
To sum it up, having the core compiling on any ARM platform: easy and probably already working. Having the plugins for those platforms is where work needs to be done.
Just was thinking with the RP2 being released and all.
Web is probably a more important platform right now.