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Raspberry pi build
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thalhammer
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2012-08-23 21:00:50

Hello,
because my Raspberry PI arrived some time ago i'am going to develop using it. Because there is an Debian Linux running it I think it shouldn't be a big problem to port it.
Probably it would be enough to compile it using an crosscompiler, because there are already alsa drivers for the chip.Irrlicht and Irrklang is a perfekt team I am using for more than 2 years now.
Irrlicht is supporting the Raspberry PI since about 24h now :-)
http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=46846&p=271485p271485
Is it possible to get a Raspberry ARM version of Irrklang or do I have to switch to another Library ?

Thalhammer


niko
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2012-08-25 07:44:54

Hm, currently not planned, sorry.


The Geek on Skat
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2019-08-02 16:46:01

Hey guys, I know this is a REALLY old post, but has the status changed since 2012 on this? IrrKlang is awesome and I would absolutely be interested in buying a commercial license if it will work on the Raspberry Pi. Just sayin'. :)


Berkin
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2019-08-05 19:35:33

I would also be willing to pay for a commercial license if Raspberry Pi support is added.

Currently the options for audio mixer APIs on Raspbian are all extremely limited or broken. IrrKlang is my favorite audio library and I would be incredibly happy if I could use it on the RPi.


Mikey
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2019-08-08 04:09:52

Same here! Any info on this?


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