Hollywood plugins use the suffix
*.hwp. On all systems except on AmigaOS and
compatibles, plugins must be stored in a directory named "Plugins" that is in the
same directory as the main Hollywood program. On AmigaOS and compatible systems,
plugins must be installed to
LIBS:Hollywood instead. On macOS, the "Plugins"
directory must be inside the "Resources" directory of the application bundle, i.e.
HollywoodInterpreter.app/Contents/Resources directory. Note that
HollywoodInterpreter.app is stored inside the
application bundle itself, namely in
When distributing a compiled Hollywood program, plugins required by your program must
simply be put into the same directory as your program. On AmigaOS and compatible systems,
plugins in a compiled program's directory have a higher priority than those in
So if a plugin is present in both locations, Hollywood will load the one from the
program's directory. When compiling application bundles for macOS, plugins
need to be put in the "Resources" directory of the application bundle, i.e. in
The Android version of Hollywood also supports Hollywood plugins. You have to copy
them to the directory
Hollywood/Plugins on your SD card. Hollywood will scan this
location on every startup and load all plugins from there.