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Re: [equinox-dev] Provide-Package vs Import-Package


It seems that adding the header:

Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2

makes the PDE tooling use Export-Package rather than Provide-Package; this is far from obvious.  If adding a Bundle-ManifestVersion header (with the value 2) is so important, why does the PDE tooling not provide an easy way to specify this?

Thanks

Simon






Simon J Archer/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
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While using M4 today I noticed that the manifest's Runtime page for my bundle showed nothing in its Export-Package list, even though I had correctly use the Export-Package header in my manifest.mf to export a bunch of packages.  I quickly found that using the PDE tooling to add to the editor's "Export-Package" list resulted in a Provide-Package header instead of an Export-Package header.  I also found this rather old bug report that sort of explained things...


       https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=75214


Provide-Package does not seem to be part of OSGi R3 or R4, so I assume that it's an Equinox specific header.  Can anyone explain what's going on here, and whether the PDE tooling is going to be fixed to allow you to correctly add OSGi Export-Package header values.


Thanks


Simon


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