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authorDavid Robillard <d@drobilla.net>2019-04-27 15:09:18 +0200
committerDavid Robillard <d@drobilla.net>2019-04-27 17:20:53 +0200
commitbfcdcde2b9a5c20688fe73a841c288218acd975d (patch)
treea9468bceb2adfb9bb2af13a08a512e84c5cbc61e /lv2/state/state.ttl
parent0d5b9864429edf34575b066b4a2d8988b8b8e302 (diff)
Flatten documentation to fix fragment links
This removes all the extra bundle content from the documentation output and instead makes pages directly at the URI of specifications. This way, links to fragments in spec pages (which are often copy and pasted) are correct fragment identifiers like <http://lv2plug.in/ns/lv2core#Plugin> instead of <http://lv2plug.in/ns/lv2core/#Plugin>.
Diffstat (limited to 'lv2/state/state.ttl')
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 7 deletions
diff --git a/lv2/state/state.ttl b/lv2/state/state.ttl
index c86fea7..9c49195 100644
--- a/lv2/state/state.ttl
+++ b/lv2/state/state.ttl
@@ -44,9 +44,9 @@ single property. The host is free to implement property storage and retrieval
in any way.</p>
<p>Since value types are defined by URI, any type is possible. However, a set
-of standard types is defined by the <a href="../atom/atom.html">LV2 Atom</a>
+of standard types is defined by the <a href="atom.html">LV2 Atom</a>
extension. Use of these types is recommended. Hosts MUST implement at least
-<a href="../atom/atom.html#String">atom:String</a>, which is simply a C
+<a href="atom.html#String">atom:String</a>, which is simply a C
<h3>Referring to Files</h3>
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ string.</p>
state. This is done by storing the file's path as a property just like any
other value. However, there are some rules which MUST be followed when storing
paths, see state:mapPath for details. Plugins MUST use the type <a
-href="../atom/atom.html#Path">atom:Path</a> for all paths in their state.</p>
+href="atom.html#Path">atom:Path</a> for all paths in their state.</p>
<p>Plugins are strongly encouraged to avoid creating files, instead storing all
state as properties. However, occasionally the ability to create files is
@@ -204,9 +204,9 @@ plugins.</p>
<q>Don't stop; set playing to false</q>.</p>
<p>This extension does not define a dynamic mechanism for state access and
-manipulation. The <a href="../patch/patch.html">LV2 Patch</a> extension
+manipulation. The <a href="patch.html">LV2 Patch</a> extension
defines a generic set of messages which can be used to access or manipulate
-properties, and the <a href="../atom/atom.html">LV2 Atom</a> extension defines
+properties, and the <a href="atom.html">LV2 Atom</a> extension defines
a port type and data container capable of transmitting those messages.</p>
""" .
@@ -355,7 +355,7 @@ state:threadSafeRestore
is thread-safe and may be called concurrently with audio class functions.</p>
<p>To support this feature, the host MUST pass a <a
-href="../worker/worker.html#schedule">work:schedule</a> feature to the restore
+href="worker.html#schedule">work:schedule</a> feature to the restore
method, which will be used to complete the state restoration. The usual
mechanics of the worker apply: the host will call the plugin's work method,
which emits a response which is later applied in the audio thread.</p>
@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ state:Changed
way that the host can not otherwise know about.</p>
<p>This is a one-way notification, intended to be used as the type of an <a
-href="../atom/atom.html#Object">Object</a> sent from plugins when
+href="atom.html#Object">Object</a> sent from plugins when
<p>Plugins SHOULD emit such an event whenever a change has occurred that would