On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 1:00 PM, David Robillard wrote:
I /personally/ agree that an "official SDK" is silly... be it LV2 or
Android or Qt or MeeGo or whatever. I'm a developer... why would I
want to use some mickey-mouse SDK? Give me the headers... and a
chroot... and emacs... and a beer!
However, these mickey-mouse SDK's /do/ foster adaptation of the
technology. There's a whole generation of ADHD Devs who are looking
for some kind of gooey instant gratification. "Oooo, an Eclipse
...and there's the fact that LV2 really /is/
just-a-little-too-abstract for your average dev.
So, while the idea of an LV2 SDK disgusts me (personally)... Olivier
is right that it would accelerate developer acceptance.
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