I have only had success configuring
framework extensions in a runtime workbench if I use a "simple bundle
location" e.g. "org.aspectj.osgi" and have the org.eclipse.osgi
bundle in my workspace configured using either "osgi.framework=org.eclipse.osgi"
This allows Eclipse to search the parent directory i.e. my workspace to
find the extension. However the documentation (http://help.eclipse.org/help31/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/reference/misc/runtime-options.html)
states that a URL can be used e.g. "file\:C\:/workspaces/blah/org.aspectj.osgi"
but this doesn't seem to work and I can't see how the logic in org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main.readFrameworkExtensions()
could support URLs. I would like
to configure a framework extension without needing the org.eclipse.osgi
bundle in my workspace in source or binary form. Can someone tell me what
I am doing wrong?
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