On 02/25/2011 08:15 PM, Stefano D'Angelo wrote:
Oh, well, I've only done some research so far. I have a closed source Android
audio app which could act as a plugin host.
It's a few months ago now that I investigated LV2. IIRC, at that time I
concluded that this wasn't an option because SLV2 was GPL'ed. But things are
changing IIUC :)
The thing about Android is that third-party plugins should be rather feasible.
There are simple mechanisms which could easily allow a host to discover which
plugins are installed on the system. Such plugins could be distributed as
standalone packages (APK) on the Android Market.
There are a couple of security issues with linking about a third-party .so though.
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