Release Haxe toolkit

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  1. fantomid

    fantomid Very Active Member

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    Here is the Haxe toolkit: http://repo.openpandora.org/?page=detail&app=haxe_toolkit

    Included in the PND are the 3.2.1 and 3.4.4 versions of the toolkit and ocaml.

    To get more information about Haxe, go to the homepage haxe.org
    The native compilation for Pandora (and Pyra :)) will be included ASAP.

    Feedback is welcome.
     
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  2. edgex004

    edgex004 Advanced Member

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    Woah sweet. Haxe has always intrigued me.
     
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    edgex004 Advanced Member

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    I messed around with it a bit. Library path seems to get a bit screwy once you are launching stuff from haxelib.

    Code:
    haxelib install flixel
    Works as expected.

    Code:
    haxelib run lime setup
    Returns an error about not being able to find libneko.so.2.

    Code:
    echo LD_LIBRARY_PATH
    Shows that the library is in the path, so it seems the path is getting ignored somewhere down the line.
     
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  4. fantomid

    fantomid Very Active Member

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    You need to run ldconfig with a file that includes the path /mnt/utmp/Haxe/lib

    I'm working on hxcpp to include the latest version for Haxe 3.4.4 and the 3.4.64 version for Haxe 3.2.1, mainly for the luxe engine.

    And thanks for your feedback.
     
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    fantomid Very Active Member

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    Manage to build with hxcpp and run the Hello World sample :happy:
    I will update the package with hxcpp soon. The codeblocks package will be necessary on one of your SD cards to create native binaries.
    I will try Nme and Lime afterwards.
     

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