[LV2] [Rust] Anybody interested in Rust?
hoitaus at gmail.com
Sat Dec 3 04:45:55 PST 2016
Yes I'm a beginner writing an LV2 audio plugin in Rust, and as a "side
effect" I wrote an LV2 interface. Someone on GitHub suggested that it was
not idiomatic Rust. I think what I initially did was re-implementing the
basic functions/types of the LV2 spec in Rust, but (and that's the problem)
using mostly its C compatibility features. Rust has a lots of those, to
enable use of existing C libraries, which is one of its main strength if i
understand correctly. Also a necessity for the language to gain serious
That actually worked for me, I'm mostly interested in working on my
extremely sophisticated sawtooth synth (note the sarcasm, as I said I'm
hobbyist/beginner) instead of providing an LV2 interface in Rust.
However, from a larger perspective of someone trying to learn proper
programming in Rust, getting the LV2 part right would be the right thing to
do, so hence the question on SO and here.
I prefixed the reply subject with [Rust].
On Dec 3, 2016 19:04, "Harry van Haaren" <harryhaaren at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> On Sat, Dec 3, 2016 at 5:41 AM, Stefan Riha <hoitaus at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I was wondering if this mailing list is open to questions about plugin
>> development in the Rust programming language?
> I'd say if its LV2 related development in the Rust language, this is the
> right list - perhaps prefix conversations with Rust: or similar to easily
> let people filter out conversations if they're not interested.
> Apart from that, I'm primarily a C developer, but I'm always looking out
> for new languages or libraries that could make audio-development easier or
> safer : and Rust seems such a language :)
> Have you been working on Rust bindings for LV2, or do you have intentions
> to start something like that?
> Cheers, -Harry
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