The last 2 lines are just a warning, you can ignore those.
I am only compiling on the Raspberry Pi FOR the Raspberry Pi.
I'm not targeting other systems. So compiling for native cpp for Mac, windows, iOS, android won't work.
Native cpp for Raspi, html5 and swf should work though.
If you used the install script you should have working lime version.
Make sure that haxelib is targeting this lime version. Check that it's pointing to the directory where the lime git repo was cloned. Use:
you should see something like: (x.x.x wil be a version number)
lime: x.x.x [dev:/home/pi/Development/haxe/dev/lime]
you should see
Lime Command-Line Tools (x.x.x)
Use lime setup to configure platforms or lime help for more commands
now create a simple project or use one of the slightly modified examples from my repo:
These samples have a standard stage eventlistener for KeyDown so you can quit the program with the ESC key.
On Raspberry Pi all openfl apps are windowless so you can't close a window.