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Re: [equinox-dev] (no subject)
- From: Jeff McAffer <Jeff_McAffer@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 11:26:34 -0500
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
There is a bit of confusion here. Equinox
is a proving ground for technology that is then rolled into Eclipse proper.
If what you are after is running OSGi,
you can get any Eclipse drop (3.0 or later) and it contains an org.eclipse.osgi
"bundle" which is actually the OSGi System Bundle. This
can be run independent of any "Eclipse-ness" as follows
cd <org.eclipse.osgi directory>
java.exe -cp osgi.jar;core.jar;defaultadaptor.jar;console.jar;resolver.jar
-Dosgi.framework=file:. org.eclipse.osgi.framework.launcher.Launcher -console
This will get you an OSGi console and
can install bundles etc. The current setup is not great and we are
working to clean this up. Mainly it comes down to packaging up the
jars appropriately and making it easier to startup and install bundles.
|"Njonga Armand (AA/ESW1)"
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11/04/2004 05:14 AM
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I try to run Equinox as standalone Platform, without the eclipse IDE. Does
it possible to do that?
Should i change parameter in the eclipse source code or take in the repository
the Equinox phase 2 source?
I start the OSGi framework under eclipse such as describe in the equinox
site, with "eclipse.exe -console", but i don't need the eclipse
environment. I thougth, it was possible to start equinox like oscar!?
thank for your help!
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