I’ve been playing with various DeepStream examples along with the free DeepStream online training and really enjoying it. My question is, in real life, do people just use a local editor and develop code right on the Nano? Do they use VS on a Windows machine? My inclination is to do cross-compilation from a Windows computer using Visual Studio, but curious if there’s something, I don’t know, easier to use? VS has a few too many bells and whistles for my simple brain. Thanks!
Jetson system does not support to do cross-compilation on Windows.
It supports cross-compilation on Linux.
But, it’s much easier to compile on device directly, so you could map the storage/folder to Window by sshfs or others, and edit the code with VS, then still compile on device.