Building and testing are two different beasts. Graphics are rarely supported or not using virtual or headless build systems. A Mac will run all the OS's you need if you have a legitimate licence for windows and Linux is of course open source. Can recommend an SSD for quickly booting from system to system. Some CLI's will compile for a fee but you will need a system or users to test builds on multiple hosts.
Posts made by danial
RE: Virtual Machine solutions for cross-platform development
RE: VST SDK is missing.
See Chris's post... https://forum.hise.audio/topic/1444/vst-export-failed/4
Path to JUCE
VST (Legacy) SDK
Using scriptnode branch.
Charity tier/Freeware/Proprietary plugins
I don't generally post questions but once seeing the post from @Lindon .... https://forum.hise.audio/topic/2760/my-experimental-sales-approach and @d-healey reply about charity, I thought it was time to bring this up.
Charity is an amazing sales pitch. I only ever bought Soundtoys plugins when they were charity based and the same with Spitfire and their old labs' libraries.
Always wanted to do the same thing for my free plugins so would be cool if Christoph ever wanted to make a tier to accommodate. I heard somewhere he is a hard man to negotiate. Maybe this would make things easier and a great direction for the Hise project. Maybe charity donation could be another licence to accompany the GPL and slowly squash the proprietary freeware/Kontakt instruments we all love to hate. Or hate to love.
There are many including me that wish to share our achievements/software in the hope to grow reputation/sales but not sell our souls/code in the process.