Pretty inexperience with compiling with options and variables. I think I got the options flag right, but I do not know what to type to define the variables. I found the following information, but I am not sure how to actually do the .configure command:
compile with USE_SLV2 defined and libslv2 enabled.
USE_LIBLRDF defined and liblrdf enabled
To assign environment variables (e.g., CC, CFLAGS…), specify them as VAR=VALUE.
but I do not know what to type to compile with USE_SLV2 and USE_LIBLRDF defined as I am too much of a noob to know exactly what that means in terms of what to type.
I am compiling from audacity-fullsrc-1.3.13-beta.tar.bz2 on Ubuntu 11.04
Thank you for the help!
I tried posting this earlier, but it did not show up, so sorry if this is a double post.
That did it, thanks. It compiled and ran fine, but when I open audacity, there are no categories and no lv2 plugins. When I open pref/effects, there is no entry for lv2, just ladspa, vamp, and nyquist. Any ideas what I did wrong or what I need to do next?
Since it appears to be defined in a Windows header:
winconfigwin.h(30):// #define USE_SLV2 1
I suspect you will need to define it on the command line when you compile. I don’t do much of this anymore and do not recall if it is done in configure or make. You might get away with adding the above #define in some high-level include file or in any source file where it is used.
Defining EFFECT_CATEGORIES in src/Experimental.h should be sufficient for categorisation of built-in and Nyquist plug-ins, as I tried this only a few months ago. Have you done make clean, ./configure and make dep to be sure?
well that solves that with nothing lost but a few hours of wasted time I was able to workaround by loading the lv2 plugins into lv2rack and using jack, which is what I should have done in the first place. Categories would still be useful though.