This is mostly aimed towards Roli and their thoughts. I’m looking to play around with existing hardware that I have at hand, most of it on the secretive end of things or closed-source end of things - stuff I’d love to get JUCE running on for quick, whip it together proofs of concept.
The biggest hurdle right now is cross-compiling with JUCE: a way to approach this from a generic GCC/clang compiler perspective would be needed, where I can control specifying the toolchain bins and stuff like a sysroot, any system includes, LDFLAGS, and so on. Obviously this can be done via manually via make or cmake, as proven by even just quick Google-fu, but it’s super tedious.
I’m open to tinkering with Projucer myself to implement this, but it would be cool to get official support for this (assuming that’s something of interest). What approach would you take?
There are other complexities to note, like controlling which files can be compiled for the system, filling in custom files for the system (eg: rendering stuff), and so on.