Stefano D'Angelo zanga.mail at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 22:13:26 UTC 2009

2009/6/18 Fons Adriaensen <fons at kokkinizita.net>:
>> Plus, you can't change the name of the parameter (PortNames) in the
>> descriptor, without breaking API, which is weird.
> You can. Fields are not referred to by name in compiled
> code. Host and plugins can use different names, except
> for symbols that are looked up by dlsym().

As long as you don't try to recompile your 1.1 host against a 1.2
header, yes... but not all hosts come with a copy of ladspa.h in their
source tree (at least I don't in my project... maybe I should??). This
would break balls to gentoo/arch/etc. people (and I am an arch user)

>> >> you're becoming too Italian man (and here's an Italian
>> >> writing this mail).
>> >
>> > :-) Is it as hot where you are ?
>> I have a fan pushing air on my back all day :-P
> I found it kind of funny the latest weeks to be surrounded
> by 'locals' complaining about the temperature. They should
> be used to it... :-) When I was in Senegal some years ago
> *that* was hot. But the locals there found it quite normal
> and used to make fun of those poor tourists...

Well, I am in Turin now, but I come from a little village in the South
which is way cooler and drier and A LOT less polluted than this city.
Anyway, I guess in Senegal it is always hot, while in Italy it is hot
in summer and relatively cold in winter, this might explain why people
complain, maybe (and maybe, Italian people just like to complain
sometimes ;-)


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