[LAA] XUiDesigner v0.9 released

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XUiDesigner v0.9

A easy to use tool to generator/design X11 based LV2 Plugin Bundles by drag n' drop, released under the BSD Zero Clause License.

Beside that XUiDesigner allow to generate and install GUI's for existing LV2 plugins (so far only Reaper fail to load extra UI's), it support as well to generate LV2 plugins from scratch.
Special support is implemented for FAUST dsp files, which allow you to generate a LV2 plugin with X11 based UI by just drag'n'drop a FAUST dsp file into the XUiDesigner interface. This works now as well for MIDI capable faust modules.
In any way, you don't need to interference with any of the annoying LV2 implementations. XUiDesigner handle that all for you.
The very same is true when you like to implement your own dsp (C++) into a LV2 plugin.
Example files for how to create a c++ file for parsing (drag n' drop) with XUiDesigner been included.
For later rework the UI a json file will be created which you could drop later on XUiDesigner to load and rework the UI.
This may also be usable by other toolkits to create a UI?
This release comes with a couple of Bug-fixes and aims to be nearly stable.
Here is a introduction Wiki entry to show the first steps.
Note: Please download the attached XUIDesigner_0.9.tar.gz archive, as only that contain the needed git submodule ( old long time knowing bug on github) as the other files wont be able to build XUiDesigner for you.

New in this release:
Fix read multiple frames from json file
Make image file path relative for json read/write
add missing json values
Load lv2 world in parallel thread on start up
make file dialog window bigger on default
Update libxputty fix linker issue
Fix parse *.cc files without bypass port

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