OK, fun to play with too.
Well, the jucer file will let you build reasonable build setups for most platforms for your project. Right now, you get iOS, MacOSX, MSVC6, VS2005, 2008, 2010, and I guess soon Android.
I use Linux for our video playback product, so I do a fair amount of Linux, but qmake and .pro doesn’t mean much to me, so I’ll guess no, that wouldn’t be ‘simple’ on Linux. The situation on Linux is that there’s 4-5 build systems, and then there’s 4-5 different ‘package’ systems that install libraries, sometimes using source code. The default though is a make file. Most of the other systems end up generating a make file.
Hey, it looks like jucer doesn’t make a Linux build? What gives?
But yes, you could just add an Xcode project. Main difference would be that when you add or remove files or settings, you can regen the xcode project at the same time.
Hey - I only have the RBJ filter active though - the others are greyed out.