What model of Pi (if you are not using a Pi3, then get one ASAP!!! - the Pi Zero's are 8-10x slower).
use Geany, it's already pre-installed by Jessie or Stretch (Desktop menu, tools)
It would be logical for Raspbian x86 to have an ARM cross-compiler, emulation and development environment installed by default. If that ever happens, the answer to this question would be as follows: Install Raspbian x86 in VirtualBox under Windows. Then click on the icon "development tools for creating ARM binaries" that is already installed. Until then, compilation speed on a Pi 3B can often be increased by using a fast USB drive for the root filesystem instead of an SD card.Daniel Gessel wrote: ↑Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:42 pmI’m going slightly off topic since the OP asked about Windows, but cosider installing a Linux distro (Raspbian itself is an option) on your desktop for increased compatibility while getting your desktop’s performance for development (I don’t find compile times an issue, but everybody has their own process).
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests