[LV2] lv2.pc vs lv2core.pc

David Robillard d at drobilla.net
Wed Aug 8 08:38:51 PDT 2012

On Tue, 2012-08-07 at 04:19 -0400, Jeremy Salwen wrote:
> There seem to be two pkg-config files included in LV2 1.0.  They both
> are functionally equivalent, and while the human-readable descriptions
> in each are unique, they both basically mean the same thing.
> What's the deal?  Is this a mistake?  What's the difference between
> them? Which one should be used?

'lv2core' is for backwards compatibility with the old lv2core package.
It only guarantees the core (i.e. lv2.h and lv2core.ttl), is present

Modern code should use 'lv2'


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