I'm glad to announce the release of NASPRO 0.2.91.
The goal of the project is to develop a series of tools to make it
easy and convenient to use LV2 for sound processing on any (relevant)
platform and for everybody: end users, host developers, plugin
developers, distributors and scientists/researchers.
This is mostly a bugfix release with a "not officialy supported" port
to Win32/64 and bunch of LV2 data-only bundles containing handcrafted
the equivalent of all LRDF data I could find.
NASPRO core: the portable runtime library at the bottom of the architecture;
NASPRO Bridge it: a little helper library to develop
insert-your-API-here to LV2 bridges;
NASPRO bridges: a collection of bridges to LV2 which, once
installed, allow you to use plugins developed for other plugin
standards in LV2 hosts.
All of the code is released under the LGPL 2.1 license.
Due to a couple of issues with Lilv
(http://drobilla.net/software/lilv/) 0.4.2 and zynjacku
(http://home.gna.org/zynjacku/) 6, the installation of such bundles
has to be explictly requested at ./configure time.
Furthermore, patches to fix a tiny bug preventing Lilv 0.4.2 from
properly working with dynamic manifests and to try to fix (i.e.,
perhaps more a hack than a fix) cross-referencing among bundles w.r.t.
dynamic manifests in zynjacku 6 are avialable in the Downloads page.
More information is available on the project's website.
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