Yes, that pull was the one that made it EGL compatible indeed. Luckily for me. It works fine now ; I'll make the process better and make a PND.
I am wondering though; some of the libs are default only in de cdevtools; that's not very handy (I installed them outside manually); what is the best way to go? Static compile or include them or demand people to have them installed? The latter seems to not be the PND philosophy so I guess that's not it
What I like about Monkey over Haxe is that it is just *practical*; when it runs it will most likely run on *all* targets with very little change and when you need something native it takes around the same amount as it would take to make the actual native part *only*. The native integration is very easy IMHO.
Of course there are enough downsides; shabby debugging in the language itself, no interpreter / embeddable version and immature editors. However I can let that slide easily for the cross compilation. It's very satisfying , after a few weeks of hacking, to see that your code simply *works* on your phone (and now Pandora) without you targetting or even actively trying to support it.