deluxux wrote:Its all in python and linux commands, very easy on another ARM linux box, changing that to win x64 is another game AFAIK
Python is available for Windows and the latest build of Windows 10 does integrate and Ubuntu shell, but it's not that easy. Porting will still need to be done.
For DreamPi Companion, initially getting Linux/MacOS to build was a pain.
Linux, as usual, was dependency hell and needed quite a few. - MacOS needed XCode and I'm not not registering an apple account, so I had to get creative with torrents.
Then or course, I had to update my codebase to amend directory slashes (/, \) based on if x86 or *nix was detected. Bah humbug.
Then of course, Linux is designed to where you cannot embed an icon for some stupid reason. Best you can do is make a .Desktop, but the end user had to do that, so I just include the icon file with the linux package.