LV2 subproject with meson
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# The full description of the plugin is in this file, which is linked to from
# `manifest.ttl`. This is done so the host only needs to scan the relatively
# small `manifest.ttl` files to quickly discover all plugins.
@prefix doap: <http://usefulinc.com/ns/doap#> .
@prefix lv2: <http://lv2plug.in/ns/lv2core#> .
@prefix rdf: <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#> .
@prefix rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#> .
@prefix units: <http://lv2plug.in/ns/extensions/units#> .
# First the type of the plugin is described. All plugins must explicitly list
# `lv2:Plugin` as a type. A more specific type should also be given, where
# applicable, so hosts can present a nicer UI for loading plugins. Note that
# this URI is the identifier of the plugin, so if it does not match the one in
# `manifest.ttl`, the host will not discover the plugin data at all.
<http://lv2plug.in/plugins/eg-amp>
a lv2:Plugin ,
lv2:AmplifierPlugin ;
# Plugins are associated with a project, where common information like
# developers, home page, and so on are described. This plugin is part of the
# LV2 project, which has URI <http://lv2plug.in/ns/lv2>, and is described
# elsewhere. Typical plugin collections will describe the project in
# manifest.ttl
lv2:project <http://lv2plug.in/ns/lv2> ;
# Every plugin must have a name, described with the doap:name property.
# Translations to various languages can be added by putting a language tag
# after strings as shown.
doap:name "Simple Amplifier" ,
"简单放大器"@zh ,
"Einfacher Verstärker"@de ,
"Simple Amplifier"@en-gb-gb ,
"Amplificador Simple"@es ,
"Amplificateur de Base"@fr ,
"Amplificatore Semplice"@it ,
"簡単なアンプ"@jp ,
"Просто Усилитель"@ru ;
doap:license <http://opensource.org/licenses/isc> ;
lv2:optionalFeature lv2:hardRTCapable ;
lv2:port [
# Every port must have at least two types, one that specifies direction
# (lv2:InputPort or lv2:OutputPort), and another to describe the data type.
# This port is a lv2:ControlPort, which means it contains a single float.
a lv2:InputPort ,
lv2:ControlPort ;
lv2:index 0 ;
lv2:symbol "gain" ;
lv2:name "Gain" ,
"收益"@zh ,
"Verstärkung"@de ,
"Gain"@en-gb-gb ,
"Aumento"@es ,
"Gain"@fr ,
"Guadagno"@it ,
"利益"@jp ,
"Увеличение"@ru ;
# An lv2:ControlPort should always describe its default value, and usually a
# minimum and maximum value. Defining a range is not strictly required, but
# should be done wherever possible to aid host support, particularly for UIs.
lv2:default 0.0 ;
lv2:minimum -90.0 ;
lv2:maximum 24.0 ;
# Ports can describe units and control detents to allow better UI generation
# and host automation.
units:unit units:db ;
lv2:scalePoint [
rdfs:label "+5" ;
rdf:value 5.0
] , [
rdfs:label "0" ;
rdf:value 0.0
] , [
rdfs:label "-5" ;
rdf:value -5.0
] , [
rdfs:label "-10" ;
rdf:value -10.0
]
] , [
a lv2:AudioPort ,
lv2:InputPort ;
lv2:index 1 ;
lv2:symbol "in" ;
lv2:name "In"
] , [
a lv2:AudioPort ,
lv2:OutputPort ;
lv2:index 2 ;
lv2:symbol "out" ;
lv2:name "Out"
] .