[LAD] [ANN] LV2 beta3
t_w_ at freenet.de
Thu May 10 07:41:49 UTC 2007
On Wed, May 09, 2007 at 07:14:05PM -0400, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
> >Either way, everything just works (or not) as it should.
> Not to someone not familiar with the internals of how LV2 works. As an
> example(I hate to bring up) how many people do you think could tell you
> how the ineternals of a VST program work. Heck how many do you think
> have an even basic idea of computer programming, much less tell you the
What has understanding internals to do with this?
All that will need to be understood is that is-an-LV2 is not
enough to describe a plugin or host.
> Again for a programmer and specifically someone familiar with how LV2
> works, that is fine. For someone that has no concept of programming,
> and just want something that works when(To them) it is supposed to, this
> is a huge screwup that can be fixed relatively easily to be honest.
Fixed relatively easy how?
> Once again, this is not about me I am mentioning this. This is for the
> half dozen people(As of right now, obviously not counting those that I
> have gotten used to linux and how things work that might start again)
> that still come to me wondering why something doesn't 'just work'.
Do you propose to not have a plugin standard that can be extended for
various current and possible future needs to avoid some possible user
Shall all hosts be forced to support all extensions available so
that a sample editor would have to "support" MIDI plugins?
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