Developing for Raspberry Pi

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Developing for Raspberry Pi

Post by p.schelvis » Fri Nov 28, 2014 4:47 pm

Hello,

I'm not sure this is the right place for my question. This the question: I have LiveCode Community 7.0 on my Windows machine. I made a small program. In standalone application setting "i used" Linux ARMv6-HF. I used the 'Save as a standalone application'to save the build application. So far so good. But now I'm confused. What should I do now to get the build application on the Raspberry Pi?

Is there an article, video or a lesson how to do this ?

Greeting,
p.schelvis

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Re: Developing for Raspberry Pi

Post by [-hh] » Fri Nov 28, 2014 6:57 pm

Hi,
if you have running ssh/sftp on Raspi you could use this. If not, it's good to install this in next days, also for other activities (installation is explained in most Raspi beginner tutorials.)

For your beginning now the easiest way could be to put your app on an USB (2.0) stick and connect the stick to your Raspi.
For me this doesn't require a reboot, as some others say.
If something doesnt work, compile it again: on Raspi itself (this works, I tested it several times. Also the executable is smaller (12 MByte). Of course this takes some time.

A good place to start with every Raspi issue is http://www.raspberryconnect.com

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Re: Developing for Raspberry Pi

Post by MaxV » Mon Dec 22, 2014 1:23 pm

Install Livecode in your Raspberry Pi, build the program with the RaspberryPi-Livecode. Now you have a working binary for raspberry.
Livecode Wiki: http://livecode.wikia.com
My blog: http://livecodeitalia.blogspot.it
To post code use this: http://tinyurl.com/ogp6d5w

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