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D4NM4N(Posted 1+ years ago) #1
I was wondering what the IDE is firing at the the command line level. Is there any help on this anywhere? My idea is that if i could use the max IDE instead (as the monkey one refused to work in wine) and create some .sh scripts to compile-run with. We could technically develop natively on linux.

At the moment i am using a VM, but it is not ideal and i do not trust virtual machines in general. (bad experiences with corrupt machines that cannot be restored)

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Brucey(Posted 1+ years ago) #2
Just generate the trans .cpp, and build that on linux, presumably... which will give you the generator running as a native binary.

of course, you'd also need to tweak all the build parts in trans to do stuff when ENV_HOST was something other than "winnt"/"macos".
In most cases, you can probably follow the same process as macos.