The problem is: tarballs is plural.
2011/7/6 David Robillard :
For LV2 you have to download x tars, compile, install and
when you're finally done, your new LV2-plugin still doesn't compile,
cause it would have needed an experimental extension...
my experience so far. Ah right. I should wait for the final release ;)
>> A second tarball, including all currently known LV2 plugins.
I thinks it can be. I'm not talking about centralizing different projects, but
*final* distribution centralization, a kind of central mirror for
Take ladspa as an example:
There are X websites with ladspa-packages, containing diverse plugins.
Now every maintainer (and interested user) has to track those sites,
downloading from X locations...
My thought: If there was a central collecting point, most maintainers
could simply download
one tar and make the content ready for their distro.
Plugin creators would also benefit: They simply would have to send
their current sources to the collecting point, knowing it
soon became public and spread.
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