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Re: [equinox-dev] Changes to the equinox.supplement bundle

So, do we assume the conversation had moved into the bug? I have made my 
next comment there which is basically: Don't work around the build system 
with strange organization. Change the build system. :-)

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We are playing some tricks here to fit into the build structure of 
Eclipse.  First of all, we sould state the goal ... 

We have a bunch of code in the org.eclipse.osgi project that comprises the 
complete Equinox OSGi Framework as it is today.  This includes the 
following things: 

Core - The Core Framework 
Base Adaptor - The Base Framework Adaptor and Base Hook Implementations 
Eclipse Hooks - The Eclipse Adaptor Hook implementations 
Supplement - Supplemental service interfaces/utilities and implementations 

Resolver - The package resolver. 

We would like to have the ability to build these components together into 
one jar like it is today in org.eclipse.osgi_3.2.0.jar.  In addition we 
would like to build the following parts. 

- a jar that just includes the minimal set of classes to provide a basic 
OSGi R4 Framework (org.eclipse.osgi.core). 
- a supplemental bundle that can be used on non-equinox frameworks 
(org.eclipse.equinox.supplement) 
- a resolver jar which can be used outside of an OSGi context. 
(org.eclipse.equinox.resolver) 
- a framework fragment that includes the Eclipse Adaptor Hook that can be 
added to the minimal framework jar to make it equivelant to the all 
inclusive org.eclipse.osgi jar we have today. 
(org.eclipse.equinox.eclipsehooks ??) 
- a console bundle that can be installed on the core framework to add 
console support. (org.eclipse.equinox.console) 

This thread is suggesting this could be done by keeping the code for the 
all inclusive framework in the org.eclipse.osgi project, as it is today. 
What would change is that we would define some "inner" projects in the 
org.eclipse.osgi project. The new "inner" projects can be checked out 
independently and build separately to build the different sub-components 
that we defined. 

I opened bug https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=148121 to track 
this. 

Tom 




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I am little confused. If osgi.core does not need osgi, then why not make 
it a seperate project? Then osgi can depend upon osgi.core. Same for 
supplement.

What is so special about osgi.core the is must be a sub folder of osgi?

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I'm not sure on the directory naming yet.  At first I wanted to make the 
folder names the same as the symbolic name of the split up bundles.  But 
this could lead to some really long paths in our project when partitioning 

the code to build a "core" framework.  By core I mean a framework that 
only has the essentials to be considered an OSGi R4 framework.  For 
example, if we created a project (org.eclipse.osgi.core) that contained 
just the core framework and the minimal bits it needed to run.  This would 

include some of the classes from supplement, but not all.  This could lead 

to a structure that looked like this ... 

org.eclipse.osgi/ 
       .project 
       .classpath 
       /META-INF/MANIFEST.MF 
       org.eclipse.osgi.core/ 
               .project 
               .classpath 
               /META-INF/MANIFEST.MF 
               src/ 
               org.eclipse.equinox.suppliment/ 
                       .project 
                       .classpath 
                       META-INF/MANIFEST.MF 
                       src-core/ 
                       src-extra/ 

The top root "org.eclipse.osgi" project would contain the following 
sub-directories on the classpath: 

org.eclipse.osgi.core/src/ 
org.eclipse.osgi.core/org.eclipse.eqiunox.suppliment/src-core/ 
org.eclipse.osgi.core/org.eclipse.eqiunox.suppliment/src-extra/ 

The "org.eclipse.osgi.core" project would contain the following 
sub-directories on the classpath: 

src/ 
org.eclipse.eqiunox.suppliment/src-core/ 

The "org.eclipse.equinox.suppliment" project would contain the following 
sub-directories on the classpath: 

src-core/ 
src-extra/ 

In the end the source folder names can be long and may give a better 
indication of what they container, but it will look ugly in the package 
explorer view of the top-level org.eclipse.osgi project.  Thought? 

Tom



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Yes, this would be a very interesting route to explore.  It may actually 
prove to be a clearer partitioning of the source.  Currently I have to 
admit that I can never determine which source folder something should be 
in.  Note that under this model we might also reconsider the naming of 
"supplement". No bright ideas are springing to mind but something that 
indicates that "these are the extra bits particular to Equinox" seems on 
track. 

Just to clarify, are you suggesting that the name of the folder be 
"supplement" or "org.eclipse.equinox.supplement"?  If the latter, should 
we be renaming the other folders that we setup this way (e.g., 
org.eclipse.equinox.console, ...)? 

Jeff 


Thomas Watson/Austin/IBM@IBMUS 
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We need a way to share the code that is in the org.eclipse.osgi bundle 
with the code used to build the supplement bundle. 

One way we can do this is to move the org.eclipse.equinox.registry project 

in CVS to the org.eclipse.osgi project.  This could look something like 
this 

org.eclipse.osgi/ 
      .project 
      .classpath 
      console/src 
      osgi/src 
      supplement 
              /src 
              .project 
              .classpath 

In the org.eclipse.osgi project we would treat the 
org.eclipse.equinox.supplement/src directory as classpath entry just like 
the other source folders (e.g. console/src, osgi/src etc).  But the 
org.eclipse.osgi/org.eclipse.equinox.supplement/ directory itself could 
also be checked out individually as a bundle project to get just the 
supplemental classes for building the standalone 
org.eclipse.equinox.supplemental bundle. 

We may be able to use this approach to build the different parts of the 
framework separately incases where someone wants the Equinox Framework but 

not the rest of the bits (console, supplemental classes, eclipse adaptor 
etc.).  But we still have the flexiblity to build all of the code together 

from the top-level org.eclipse.osgi project. 

This way we do not have to duplicate the code in two different directories 

in CVS and keep them in sync. 

Tom


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I have just released changes to the org.eclipse.equinox.supplement bundle
to HEAD. The added classes are required as part of the investigation into
getting the Equinox registry to run on another framework.

I have also updated all of the class comments so it says which revision it
is based on. Hopefully this will help us keep sync'd up with the code that
is in the org.eclipse.osgi bundle.

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