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Re: [equinox-dev] Declarative component services support

Thanks for the reply. I forgot to include "ds" bundle. The component is activated after this. I will play with it a bit more. Is there any help needed in this area? If needed I  can contribute some cycles towards this effort.

-Ravi

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Be careful with that.  The threading issues made us stop using it.  (Well, along with other things).  It works fine as long as you don't have more than about three bundles using it (with services coming and going dynamically).
 

John Wells (Aziz)

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just to be clear, the Equinox DS implementation does work.  It is after all the spec reference implementation.  However, as Tom pointed out, there are some threading and performance issues.  So, if you have something that is not working and you've sorted through the configuration/setup details, please enter bug reports in Eclipse/Equinox/Bundles.

Jeff



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Hi Ravi,


We are investigating what it will take to make declarative services ready for 3.3, but the 3.3 plan has not be done yet.  The DS implementation currently has a few issues (related to performance and threading problems).


When you tried the hello.component.log example did you make sure the org.eclipse.equinox.ds bundle was installed and active?  If you think everything is setup correctly then I recommend you open a bug describing how to reproduce.


Thanks.


Tom




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What is the state of declarative services (org.eclipse.equinox.ds) support? Tried "hello.component.log" from  "eclipsecon06 - tutorial" without much success. I see the bundle getting started but does not show the service that is specified declaratively

Thanks,
-Ravi





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