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Re: [equinox-dev] RequiresBundle, ImportPackage and virtual providers
- From: "Neil Bartlett" <neil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 13:58:15 +0100
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I have a tangential question about JSR 291. You said:
> Your virtual bundle creates a meeting point to break the coupling between
> the client and the implementation. This is EXACTLY the purpose of the
> service model.
I agree with this of course, but given that JSR 291 does not intend to
include the Service Layer, how will this decoupling be achieved in a
runtime that is JSR 291-compliant but not OSGi R4-compliant?
For that matter, why IS the Service Layer being excluded??
Sorry, perhaps this thread should be on osgi-dev rather than equinox-dev.