LSP TK Library

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sadko4u
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LSP TK Library

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Hi guys!

I was going to this moment since may 2020.
Finally, I got the LSP Toolkit library done.

Here's the release of the 0.5.0 version:

https://github.com/sadko4u/lsp-tk-lib
LSP (Linux Studio Plugins) Developer and Maintainer.

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Re: LSP TK Library

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Good job @sadko4u, you are so versatile!

I think there are some great merits to this library: above all, it's lightweight and has no global state.

The name is easy to mistake for another very popular UI toolkit (Tk) however.
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Re: LSP TK Library

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Cool stuff!
Basslint wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 6:59 am
The name is easy to mistake for another very popular UI toolkit (Tk) however.
TK is somewhat of a favorite with GUI toolkits names, for example GTK, FLTK, NTK and AVTK all feature a TK in the name (I am sure there are more examples). I reckon LSP-TK is not that ambiguous as a name.

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