Managed to get Jazzed's Simple IDE built into a package for the Raspberry Pi running Raspian.
You can find the latest version here:
EDIT: v0-9-45 here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...-linux.tar.bz2
EDIT: v0-9-46 here https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...-linux.tar.bz2
Includes Spin support, working Propeller loader and of course the full up propgcc toolchain.
The instructions for installing SimpleIDE for x86 Linux are here:
For Raspi it goes like this:
Once you have your Raspian "wheezy" up and running and have it connected to the net you can download the SimpleIDE package for Raspberry Pi
First let's assume you have a TV, keyboard and mouse connected to your Pi.
Get yourself a graphical (X) session with this command:
Start up a command line terminal window, the should be an icon for a terminal on your desktop.Code:$ startx
Now download the SimpleIDE package. You can do that many ways but I would just use the following command from the command line on the Raspi itself:
Of course that link will change over time, best to keep an eye on this pages for updates:Code:$ wget http://dl.dropbox.com/u/81267937/SimpleIDE-0-8-4.armv6l.raspberrypi-linux.tar.bz2
Unpack the downloaded file:
Change to the package directory (Created by the above step) and do the followingCode:$ tar -jxf SimpleIDE-0-8-4.armv6l.raspberrypi-linux.tar.bz2
Assuming you are still the default user "pi",change that if not.$ sudo ./setup.sh pi
Now you can run simple IDE:
With this set up you should be able to program the Propeller over a USB serial adapter. But as you are using voth USB ports for keyboard and mouse that's a problem unless you have a USB hub.Code:$ ./simpleide
To use the UART on the GPIO header follow the instructions here:
Do the second part first.