Re: [LAD] Linux-audio-dev Digest, Vol 40, Issue 28

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Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2010 - 9:31 pm

> I think that situation is simpler, and is just as you surmise -- you

The PC itself famously became an open platform after Compaq clean-room
reverse engineered the BIOS. This is considered legal - Someone who has NOT
agreed to the VST SDK license can re-create headers that mirror the function
of the VST SDK. They must do this by examining/debugging a running VST Host,
not by looking at copy of the original SDK.
You can't include the official VST SDK in a GLP plugin or host.
Jeff McClintock.

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Re: [LAD] Linux-audio-dev Digest, Vol 40, Issue 28, Jeff McClintock, (Tue Jun 22, 9:31 pm)
Re: [LAD] Linux-audio-dev Digest, Vol 40, Issue 28, Paul Davis, (Tue Jun 22, 9:32 pm)