On 02/26/2011 05:47 PM, Stefano D'Angelo wrote:
> So, the latest SLV2 has dropped librdf in favor of a minimal
I was unsure librdf. It's good to know that it's not needed anymore
> Here is the size of the current svn SLV2 and its dependencies on my
Yes, ARM, 32bit. But, with the Android NDK, "By default, ARM target binaries
will be generated in 'thumb' mode, where each instruction are 16-bit wide.".
This is intended to save space.
The only way to know what size it will really take is to compile with the
Android NDK. Also, linking statically when using a reasonable set of SLV2
functions would give a more realistic figure. This should also avoid extra ELF
stuff when creating an .so.
I haven't played so much with flags such as -Os because there's like a very very
careful mood about portability when compiling native libraries for Android. The
NDK already sets various optimization flags. But this could be worked around.
Something like 100k-200K could be fine in my case, at the condition that adding
LV2 support provides a real benefit in terms of functionality.
I don't want to wake up old trolls, but last fall, when I had a sound engineer
intern working on the topic, we ended up thinking that integrating LADSPA would
really be straightforward. No such overhead, great portability, and plenty of
So most logically, when time comes to add plugin support, I will start with
LADSPA. LV2 will maybe come afterwards. But this could change if there suddenly
is a enthusiastic mood about LV2 on Android, and that LV2 plugin packages arrive
on the Android Market.
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