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The LSP project is an open-source project and cares about quality of developed software.

Still there is no absolute warranty about stability of the software on different platforms, so you're using this software on your own risk.

Unless many commercial or proprietary projects, LSP project does not sell license keys or offer technical support for enterprise solutions.

Binary distribution

You may download the latest release from SourceForge.net

Download LSP Plugins

You also may view all previous releases here.

Source code

Source code is accessible from GIT repository at GitHub.com.

You may stimulate development of plugins by subscribing or donating the project.

Because project needs regular support, small bounty subscription is much more preferred rather than huge but one-time donation.

Building

You may build plugins from scratch.

For successful build you need the following packages to be installed:

To build the project from archive with source code, the following sequence of commands should be performed:

  make clean

  make config

  make

  make install

To build the project from GIT repository, the additional 'make fetch' command should be issued to obtain all source code dependencies:

  make clean

  make config

  make fetch

  make

  make install

By default, all supported formats of plugins are built except XDG. Several DEs like GNOME don't support XDG format well, so desktop icon installations are disabled by default. The list of modules for build can be adjusted by specifying FEATURES variable at the configuration stage:

  make config FEATURES='lv2 vst2 doc'

Available modules are:

By default plugins use '/usr/local' path as a target directory for installation. To override this path, the PREFIX variable can be overridden:

  make config PREFIX=/usr

To build binaries for debugging, use the following commands:

  make config DEBUG=1

To build binaries for testing (developers only), use the following commands:

  make config TEST=1

To install plugins at the desired root directory, the DESTDIR variable can be specified:

  make install DESTDIR=<installation-root>

To build standalone source code package, the following commands can be issued:

  make config

  make distsrc

After that, a stanalone archive with source code will be created in the `.build` directory.

For more build options, issue:

  make help

System requirements

Current matrix of hardware architecture and platform (OS) support is:

  ┌───────────┬───────────┬─────────┐

  │Arch / OS  │ GNU/Linux │ FreeBSD │

  ╞═══════════╪═══════════╪═════════╡

  │i586       │     F     │    E    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │x86_64     │     F     │    E    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │armv6-a    │     E     │    E    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │armv7-ar   │     E     │    E    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │aarch64    │     E     │    U    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │ppc64      │     C     │    U    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │s390x      │     C     │    U    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │loongarch32│     C     │    U    │

  ├───────────┼───────────┼─────────┤

  │loongarch64│     C     │    U    │

  └───────────┴───────────┴─────────┘ 

The table legend is the following:

Details about architectures supported in experimental mode:

Supported plugin formats:

The Linux distribution requirements:

Known list of supported plugin hosts: