It would be nice if someone could investigate how portable (for
Windows) libraptor and liblrdf are. These libraries provide support
for classification of different LADSPA-plugins via RDF.
This means that, e.g. if several LADSPA delay plug-ins are present in
a system, they can be grouped into their own Delay submenu. So a user
who needs a specific plug-in would need to go through all 1 to xxx
submenus searching for a plug-in whose name may not reflect its action
very well and instead go to a self-explaining submenu and pick one of
This will leave is with a same weird looking "Effects" menu, however,
so maybe current built-in plugins could be classificated as well, so
that our belove "Effects" menu could finally hav a consistent look.
C'mon, The GIMP does it perfectly, if you saw 2.3.x CVS, of course :)