On 06/14/2010 12:02 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
> how do you describe that a plugin can use extension X? what is the
>From what I read at http://lv2plug.in/, the use of URIs is a bit more ambitious
than identification and categorization:
"LV2 offers identification of plugins and ports not (necessarily) by obscure ID
numbers, but human readable URIs and port symbols.
The URI can be a web address (optionally, any URI is fine). This allows the use
of HTTP content negotiation to ask for the RDF of a plugin originally only the
URI is known of. The RDF could include machine readable information about where
to get the plugin. Thus sharing files that reference plugins such as sequencer
sessions or modular synthesizer patches would become more comfortable, as
missing plugins could be fetched automatically (or finding them would be easier,
This last sentence seems to clarify the idea behind URIs.
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