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Re: [equinox-dev] Why is org.eclipse.osgi marked as Eclipse-ExtensibleAPI


The Eclipse-ExtensibleAPI is only used by PDE to indicate that fragments of the host should be placed on the classpath of bundles that depend on the host.  It is necessary for org.eclipse.osgi to have this header for execution environments that do not have jaxp (J2SE-1.3, CDC-Foundation etc.) or other packages provided by larger EEs.  In this case a system bundle fragment can be installed that exports the jaxp packages and supplies an XML parser implementation.  If a bundle uses a J2SE-1.3 Execution Environment and uses Import-Package: javax.xml.parsers it can get wired to the javax.xml.parsers package which the system.bundle exports.

The eRCP project includes system.bundle fragments that export jaxp and provide an xml parser when running on CDC-1.1/Foundation-1.1.  This allows them to use the PDE tooling to accurately setup the bundle classpaths at development time.

Tom




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Could someone remind me why the manifest of org.eclipse.osgi contains the
mark up Eclipse-ExtensibleAPI: true

Thx

PaScaL

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