Old 06-23-2018, 01:18 PM   #1
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Hi there!

Anyone developing Reascripts on Linux?

I am at the start of this road and is curious
about your workflow - what editor, are you working
with lua, eel etc?

Are you using Reaper in Wine or are there other
solutions to test scripts?

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Old 06-23-2018, 01:29 PM   #2
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Assuming the ReaScript IDE has been implemented for the native Linux Reaper version, it would be easiest to use that. (You can only run the scripts from inside Reaper, so using an external text editor is a bit tedious anyway.)
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Old 06-23-2018, 02:57 PM   #3
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Developing ReaScripts is the same on all platforms. Personally I use a mix of vim (I often assign the script-under-test to a temporary shortcut for fast reload/launching) and the built-in IDE (useful for its variable debug panel and integration with the API docs).

Note that Lua's io.popen fails with a "not supported" error in the native Linux version.
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Hi Xenakios and cfillion!

Thanks for your answers! Are there a native linux Reaper version!??
I thought there was only Win and OSx and possibility to run Reaper
in Wine (under linux).

I have Reaper running under Wine and the built-in IDE seams to work.
I am using Atom texteditor with lua-package and Reaper API code-
completion installed. The API is not up to date, but maybe its
enough for a beginner. The built-in IDE are sensing when changes
are done in lua file and asks for update - that's great.

However then clicking on API documentation in built-in
IDE or on Help-menu in Reaper only creates an error with
Winebrowser.exe...so that don't work. Have to investigate that.
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You click on the "ReaScript Documentation" button in Help and it gives you errors? That's probably worthy of a post in the Linux thread.

However, you can use http://www.extremraym.com/cloud/reascript-doc/ instead. It's prettier and has a search box.
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You click on the "ReaScript Documentation" button in Help and it gives you errors? That's probably worthy of a post in the Linux thread.
Yeah, I guess my Wine need some config....
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However, you can use http://www.extremraym.com/cloud/reascript-doc/ instead. It's prettier and has a search box.
Yes I use it - BUT hey!! Is it updated? Or am I using an old link?
(Have to check on my other computer) Last I looked earlier this week
it was based on Reaper 5.7something.

By the way - thanks Lokasenna for the GUI-library, I am going to use it.
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Are there a native linux Reaper version!??
Yes! It's still a bit rough but it works (Jack, ALSA & PulseAudio are supported for audio + ALSA MIDI). SWS & ReaPack are available too. Have a look in the pre-release forum!

Also: https://wiki.cockos.com/wiki/index.php/REAPER_for_Linux

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Yes! It's still a bit rough but it works. Have a look in the pre-release forum!
What!!!? *My jaw went down the floor* Incredible!

And making scripts for that will work on Win/OSX!?

I am so happy I started to use Reaper after some Cubase and Logic years!
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Yes! It's still a bit rough but it works (Jack, ALSA & PulseAudio are supported for audio + ALSA MIDI). SWS & ReaPack are available too. Have a look in the pre-release forum!

Also: https://wiki.cockos.com/wiki/index.php/REAPER_for_Linux
If there would not be the wineasio problems, after some linux updates? (At least here, still no solution...), ok this is related to wine use case and not native linux version.
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