See git issue 763.
If you were experiencing slow cache recreations every time MusE was started, due to duplicate LV2 plugin names, this likely will fix that.
This required a substantial rewrite.
If y'all can give it whirl and let me know if any trouble with plugins and cache system that'd be great. Thanks.
Here are the heavy details from ChangeLog:
Read it carefully. Like-named LV2 plugins are allowed now
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- Fix issue 763: Plugin cache recreated on each startup. When there was more than one LV2 plugin with the same name (but different uri) such as deteriorate.lv2/downsampler* and avw.lv2/downsampler*, the cache was recreated every time, and only ONE of the plugins was allowed, the other ignored. This MAJOR REWRITE of our cache and plugin system fixes that AND allows both plugins, as long as the uris are different (this is allowed in LV2). For example, both deteriorate.lv2/downsampler* and avw.lv2/downsampler* are now shown. The LV2 cache file has been ELIMINATED. It was useless, not necessary, caused problems. To distinguish between like-named plugins, several places where plugin names are shown now also show the uri either as a tooltip, or appended to the name, or replacing the library string, such as plugin dialog, synth menu, synth config, strip labels, tracklist... In addition, there was a problem with dssi-vst which caused cache recreation every time, since the dssi-vst library installs itself in BOTH the ldaspa and dssi folders. This has been fixed. The ladspa cache file now contains additional ladspa and dssi dssi-vst entries. TODO: There is a remaining problem: A shell plugin that reports no plugins may still trigger cache recreation every time because there is no entry in the cache file. Such as dssi-vst not finding any plugins. To fix this, the cache files must change from a 'flat' listing to one ALWAYS listing the shell plugins - and the plugins they contain (if any).