Right. All those ARM devices that are coming out soon could be easily dual booted Android and some generic Linux. How awesome would it be to have a <$300 tablet that is prefect to take anywhere.
I’m sure that the Renoise admins are nice and busy, but if the code isn’t too hard to compile on ARM, then pretty, pretty please?
I remember reading on this forum that the Renoise team uses Ubuntu for their linux testing and building. Well, ubuntu has an ARM port, and that should mean that it should just need a new compile of the code and libs, right? I code in interpreted languages more than anything else, so who knows, I could sound pretty ignorant, but if it’s as simple as getting an arm device, installing ubuntu ARM on it, and compiling the renoise code on that device, then that would be such a huge draw to renoise.
My roommate/band mate pretty much exclusively uses EnergyXT on windows/linux and wishes that XT would do an ARM port, but maybe renoise can beat them to the punch?