I really love the capabilities of your RAYLIB library but I just cannot get it to compile and build on my Raspberry pi3
I am using GEANY and 'C' and have lots of other programs and libraries that work fine. One is the BCM2835.h library.
I loaded the BCM2835.h library following detailed download instructions on their webpage ... and it all magically loaded and works.
I've followed your GITHUB Raylib compile instructions for the Pi and got Raylib into raylib/src directory. I've ran make PLATFORM=PLATFORM_RPI and it displayed a single line list of modules. ( cannot tell if it actually did anything or not.. it did not display any compiled ok messages and took no time at all )
I've included the gcc -lraylib in the compile and build setups etc. and created a simple C program that just states '#include ' and a simple printf line in main.
It fails at compile and cannot find raylib. I've tried adding -I and -I ( little L and big i ) in the Geany include paths etc... and got it to compile in the end.. but build then still says it cannot find -lraylib
"usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lraylib"
I have spend 2 days searching Google for solutions to this last step and do not want to have to abandon your Raylib library as it does exactly what I need and must be ideal for Raspberry Pi users everywhere !
It would really be good for your visibility and for Raylib itself if you could provide detailed download and setup instructions for installing RAYLIB on a Pi(3) and make these instructions detailed for an absolute beginner please. your existing ones are sketchy and are difficult to understand for a beginner.
For instance is there a Sudo install package available ?? You say just download and run instructions but I am fresh to Raspian and find the terminal navigation lines etc very odd and hard to learn. ( I'm an old MSDOS guy )