[LAD] [A plugin scanner:] Cache text file formats: rdf, ttl, custom xml?

Hermann Meyer brummer- at web.de
Tue Oct 30 09:36:26 CET 2018

Am 30.10.18 um 08:37 schrieb Hermann Meyer:
> Am 29.10.18 um 15:34 schrieb Robin Gareus:
>>> The plugins already loaded into memory should still hopefully be OK.
>> yep.
>> On Unix systems already loaded .so will be kept in memory. On Windows
>> you cannot write/replace to a file that is currently opened.
>> You can skip and postpone scanning of plugins that are currently in use
>> until the next session load.
> During plugin development I check plugins usually (first) in jalv. 
> Sometimes I forgot that I've loaded a plug already and update it, 
> result is always a crash in jalv.
> The same happen in Mixbus4, I've just checked it, out of curiosity.

True, there is no problem when the update didn't happen in-place, means 
remove the older bundle and then install the new one ( like most package 
mangers does).

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