Okay, after my excitement for MojoPac has proven a little fizzled out, I’ve experienced the confirmed joy of Moka5 - VirtualPC with the possibility of running straight from a USB drive.
I’ve got one working for myself with windows and VC++e, all primed for juce coding, but of course I can’t share that.
So, the next step is to do an Ubuntu one, primed for Juce coding right away, and then have it shared on the Moka5 library so anyone can get it - literally Instant Juce Coding Access.
The only problem is I never successfully got Juce to compile on ubuntu when I tried it out. Would anyone be able to outline the essential packages that need to be downloaded and what have you to get Juce to build with Code::Blocks on ubuntu? If I can get that done, I can upload it to the public Moka5 LivePC library, and then anyone can have an instantly available Juce coding environment (with no configuration needed). The fact that it’s linux based doesn’t matter for learning/playing with Juce, so long as you’re not doing platform specific stuff, so it should be ‘well useful’.