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6 files changed, 14 insertions, 14 deletions
diff --git a/lv2/buf-size/buf-size.ttl b/lv2/buf-size/buf-size.ttl
index f8a9d60..3464284 100644
--- a/lv2/buf-size/buf-size.ttl
+++ b/lv2/buf-size/buf-size.ttl
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ the block length.</p>
<p>This extension defines features and properties but has no special purpose
API of its own. The host provides all the relevant information to the plugin
-as <a href="../options/options.html#options">options</a>.</p>
+as <a href="options.html#options">options</a>.</p>
<p>To require restrictions on the block length, plugins can require additional
features: bufsz:boundedBlockLength, bufsz:powerOf2BlockLength, and
diff --git a/lv2/midi/midi.ttl b/lv2/midi/midi.ttl
index 23e41b3..571ff7a 100644
--- a/lv2/midi/midi.ttl
+++ b/lv2/midi/midi.ttl
@@ -20,8 +20,8 @@ controlling digital music devices.</p>
<p>For plugins that process MIDI (or other situations where MIDI is sent via a
generic transport) the main type defined here, midi:MidiEvent, can be mapped to
an integer and used as the type of an LV2 <a
-href="../atom/atom.html#Atom">Atom</a> or <a
+href="atom.html#Atom">Atom</a> or <a
<p>This specification also defines a complete human and machine readable
description of the MIDI standard (except for standard controller numbers).
diff --git a/lv2/patch/patch.ttl b/lv2/patch/patch.ttl
index 71c51a3..87432fe 100644
--- a/lv2/patch/patch.ttl
+++ b/lv2/patch/patch.ttl
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ plugins, but is useful in many contexts.</p>
<p>The main feature of this design is that the messages themselves are
described in the same format as the data they work with. In particular,
messages can be serialised as a binary <a
-href="../atom/atom.html#Object">Object</a> or in Turtle (or any other RDF
+href="atom.html#Object">Object</a> or in Turtle (or any other RDF
<p>The idea behind using a property-based interface for control is to prevent
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ One benefit of this approach is that a persistent state model is available
<p>This specification is strictly metadata and does not define any binary
mechanism, though it can be completely expressed by standard types in the <a
-href="../atom/atom.html">LV2 Atom</a> extension. Thus, hosts can be expected
+href="atom.html">LV2 Atom</a> extension. Thus, hosts can be expected
to be capable of transmitting it between plugins, or between a plugin and its
UI, making it a good choice for advanced plugin control.</p>
""" .
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
diff --git a/lv2/uri-map/uri-map.ttl b/lv2/uri-map/uri-map.ttl
index 7f6b0e7..d9f7f5a 100644
--- a/lv2/uri-map/uri-map.ttl
+++ b/lv2/uri-map/uri-map.ttl
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
<lv2-uri-map.doap.ttl> ;
lv2:documentation """
<p><span class="warning">This extension is deprecated.</span> New
-implementations should use <a href="../urid/urid.html">LV2 URID</a>
+implementations should use <a href="urid.html">LV2 URID</a>
<p>This extension defines a simple mechanism for plugins to map URIs to
diff --git a/lv2/urid/urid.ttl b/lv2/urid/urid.ttl
index 29b196a..836d525 100644
--- a/lv2/urid/urid.ttl
+++ b/lv2/urid/urid.ttl
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ thread without doing any string comparison. This allows for the extensibility
of RDF but with the performance of integers.</p>
<p>This extension is intended as an improved and simplified replacement for the
-<a href="../uri-map/uri-map.html">uri-map</a> extension, since the <q>map</q>
+<a href="uri-map.html">uri-map</a> extension, since the <q>map</q>
context parameter has been found problematic. This extension is functionally
equivalent to the uri-map extension with a NULL context. New implementations
are encouraged to use this extension for URI mapping.</p>