On 07/29/2011 09:30 PM, Harry van Haaren wrote:
On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 7:39 PM, David Robillard <d@drobilla.net> wrote:
I don't think that's too abstract for your average dev.  It's a library 
API.  Certainly your average dev can use a library.

Being a self-taught dev (no comment on average or not :) I can say I did find very difficult to understand how the lv2 framework operates, and how the piece fit together. Equally so as there are few *simple* examples out there, that one can read and *understand*, not just gloss over the 1000+ lines and think 'maybe next year'
Less talk, more rock.
True that. I've uploaded a sample class to host an LV2 plugin with a "jack-orientated" interface. Its released under LGPL, and uses the LILV library to load the plugin. Written in C++, code is hosted here: https://github.com/harryhaaren/Lv2Host

I'm aware that the code is not perfect, and will accept suggestions / improvements.

Here is another view of an 'average' dev. Just to get an idea how some devs might look at things from the outside. Personally, I am 100% neutral in this discussion though ... ;)