> On Dec 28, 2013, at 6:53 AM, Warren Koontz <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just completed what seems to be the first successful run of my "Multiverb" LV2 plugin with the current version of Audacity. At this point I only have a Linux version and it is loaded with couts for debugging. I also may need to tweak some parameters to prevent clipping. When I remove the couts it may even be real time safe, although I do memory allocation and freeing in activate and deactivate, respectively (without error checking!). I am awaiting judgement from the LV2 gurus on that issue. If dynamic allocation is a no-no, I have a Plan B ready.
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Allocating can be done in your ctor. This is equivalent to instantiate. Deallocation can happen in the dtor. This is equivalent to cleanup. Both statements above apply to (the old) lv2-c++-tools and (the new) lvtk libraries.