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On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 4:16 AM, Luis Garrido <
> > So I've written a GUI, and I've gotten a better understanding of how the
I already essentially have support for a standalone application by users
loading it in ingen.
The way I see it, if I create a plugin, ingen automatically gives me a
standalone application. If I create a standalone application, I don't
automatically get a plugin.
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On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 4:16 AM, Luis Ga=
rrido <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So I've written a GUI, and I've gotten a bet=
ter understanding of how the Qt
That's the easy part. Now all that is necessary is that _host
developers_ include support for a ui:QtUI extension. That will be
especially difficult is the host is a Gtk app. Welcome to the plugin
UI holy wars. :-)
Also your plugin outputs MIDI, I don't know how many hosts include
support for that, but I'd reckon not a lot.
At this moment of Linux Audio Plugin History I'd recommend you to
convert your plugin into a standalone application. Then you can add
whatever GUI you want and don't have to worry about connectivity
issues and host compatibility, since all will be handled by
jack/jack-midi/alsa-seq. Add lash or jack-session support and we are
good to go.
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