On 02/28/2011 10:37 PM, Stefano D'Angelo wrote:
> The current NASPRO bridge from LADSPA to LV2 does not depend on LRDF
Sounds good. AFAIK, the LRDF files are especially useful for enumerations. I've
seen several plugins which were not usable without that. But I find important
that the bridge actually behaves as a normal LADSPA host and doesn't rely on
LRDF files to be present.
> However, that part currently depends on librdf, and I've been so lazy
For me, no. libxml2 is more than 1Mb on my 32bit Debian system. I don't know
what size it will be on Android, after static linking, but I'm pretty sure it
will remain quite big. This won't work in my case I'm afraid. If I add native
LADSPA support, then I can use the Android XML Java APIs to parse XML, without
the need to bundle libxml2, or libexpat, etc..
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