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Re: [equinox-dev] Setting an Equinox-based Development Environment
- From: Niclas Hedhman <niclas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 19:26:19 +0800
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On Friday 06 October 2006 18:22, Piero Campanelli wrote:
> Question: is there a way to inspect what services does a bundle provide?
> (Ex. bundle xxx exports serviceA, serviceB, serviceC).
Export and Import of services was deprecated some time ago, and is no longer
recommended. So, which services are registered(!) and consumed can only be
obtained in runtime, and may in fact not be very static at all (up to the
Equinox provide that via the console interface. IIRC, "bundle <bundle-id>"
will list not only the services provided and consumed by the bundle, but also
the wiring information of packages.