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Re: [equinox-dev] Adding to the framework exported libraries?

I think Tom Watson already pointed out using a simple facade framework 
extension bundle which only serves the purpose of adding package to the 
system bundle's export list. This also has the value of being manageble by 
normal bundle management tools.

BJ Hargrave
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Thanks for this info BJ, this worked fairly well. However, it seems this 
value overrides the default system.packages correct? so i have to somehow 
get what will be the default system.packages and then append mine. For now 
i hardecoded what i know is the set of system packages, but obviously this 
isn't a very good idea. Do you know of any way to either have this value 
append to what Equinox will already use, or if there is an easy way for me 
to construct the system.packages value myself, and then append my custom 
packages?

Thanks for the help,

....
Kabe

On 2/9/07, BJ Hargrave < hargrave@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Set the system property org.osgi.framework.system.packages to
"com.acme.foo;version=1.0.0" before launching Equinox. Then Equinox will
export that package from the system bundle and other bundles can wire to
it. The system bundles is the framework and the framework's classloader 
will be used to provide that package.

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Hi, i'm using EclipseStarter to start and integrate the Equinox OSGi
Platform in a launching application. I want my launching application to be 

able to expose some services and/or libraries to bundles that run within
the embedded OSGi environment. However i'm having a hard time figuring out
how to define this. This may not be conventional, but it would be very 
useful for my application.

As an example, my launcher loads some configuration data and uses that to
determine how to launch Equinox, however i want to also expose the
configuraiton data to my bundles, as a service. As well, the classes that 
i use in the launcher that load the configuration are reusable and i want
to expose them as an exported library for my bundles to import and use to
load other configuration data.

In short, what i would want to do is simply reference the OSGi 
object/context and call something like osgi.export( "com.acme.foo",
"1.0.0" ). I know that the classes are available because they are in my
launcher and i have started eclipse with my classloader as the parent, so 
it is just a matter of making the OSGi bundle loader/validation step
recognize that there are more packages exported then just those that come
with Equinox itself.

Does this make any sense? I can try to describe this another way if it 
would help.

Is there any way to do this? I've looked a bit at the framework
extensions, but they don't seem to provide what i'm looking for, because i
need to pass to the OSGi platform some information, and let it pick up the 

classes from the parent classloader, rather then giving it a ready bundle
to use.

Thanks for your help.

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