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Re: [equinox-dev] An advice, Export a standalone application based on equinox directly in eclipse

First thanks to all.

When I publish a standalone application to end users,I need first to
export Bundle project as jar file,and then edit config.ini that
exported from eclipse run...,I use maven to auto complete this
process,but I think maybe a more conveniency method to complete it.
So I think maybe can add an export button in eclipse/run..../Equinox
OSGI Framework,then I can conveniency export a standalone osgi
application with bundle jar file and config.ini.

2006/6/14, Andrew Niefer <aniefer@xxxxxxxxxx>:

If you create a .product configuration file for your application, PDE can export this configuration into a standalone application. The export will generate config.ini, eclipse.ini, and .eclipseproduct files. PDE Build can be set up to use this product configuration as input to do a headless build of your application.

See the help in 3.2 for some documentation.

-Andrew

equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 06/13/2006 05:26:53 AM:


> hi,everyone > > In eclipse,we can use run... to config an application based on > Equinox Framework and then we can run it,but we cann't export this > application directly,so if we need publish a standalone application,we > need to do a lot of things(such as export current bundle project to > jar,and then edit config.ini or install bundle). > > -- > ============================= > | www.blogjava.net/bluedavy | > ============================= > _______________________________________________ > equinox-dev mailing list > equinox-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx > https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/equinox-dev



> hi,everyone
>
>      In eclipse,we can use run... to config an application based on
> Equinox Framework and then we can run it,but we cann't export this
> application directly,so if we need publish a standalone application,we
> need to do a lot of things(such as export current bundle project to
> jar,and then edit config.ini or install bundle).
>
> --
> =============================
> |     www.blogjava.net/bluedavy             |
> =============================
> _______________________________________________
> equinox-dev mailing list
> equinox-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/equinox-dev

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