January 25, 2013 AT 7:00 am

openFrameworks for Raspberry Pi! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

We have started to hear lots of exciting news from those pitching in to help the development of openFrameworks for Raspberry Pi — now’s a great time to dive in and join this project!

You are now entering the world of embedded linux development. You’ll be using mostly bash scripts, gcc, and your preferred commandline Text Editor. It this world screen is your friend, from bash type man screen to learn more. If you are completely new to the idea of doing linux development from a command line and have no idea what a commandline Text Editor is, you’re in luck we’ll show you how to get started and point you in the right direction to learn more. Note: If you are a seasoned vet and use vim+regX to refactor your code move along to Installing dependencies and Compiling the openFrameworks Core.

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