[LAD] [ANN] invada-studio-plugins-lv2-1.0.0
fraser at arkhostings.com
Sun May 31 11:54:54 UTC 2009
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Chris Cannam wrote:
> (I realise that's a rhetorical question, or at least one you can't be
> expected to have the answer to. Fraser might have some thoughts,
Well my motivation was pretty selfish I guess.
I pretty much limited myself to extensions on this page: http://lv2plug.in/spec/ rather than this one:
http://lv2plug.in/docs/index.php?title=Main_Page as I figured they'd have the widest adoption and thus my plugins would run in the most
hosts as intended. My main concern was compatibility.
It wasn't that I thought the time investment in developing plugins using External UI Extension was too high, I just figured it was better
spent on using what I can see is already utilised.
That being said I'd much rather have a generic solution to UI's than a toolkit specific one, and for exactly the same reason (host
compatibility). If, several months ago, I'd found myself having to choose between two extensions for UI I would have gone for the External
UI as they both had the same learning curve (to me).
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