On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 5:30 PM, Ziegler, Alexander <Alexander.Ziegler@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Using the config.ini is the correct way.
However, Riena (RT project) provides an alternativ based on an extension point "startups". Therefore you need the org.eclipse.riena.core bundle which provides this extension point. To proper run that extension point this bundle must declare as startable in the config.ini.
Maybe it will help you.
Am 09.02.09 11:30 schrieb "Leen Toelen" unter <toelen@xxxxxxxxx>:
is it possible to make give equinox a limited set of bundles to start, and automatically start all dependencies as well? The alternative is to put every dependency in config.ini, but when using a lot of libraries this will human related cause problems I guess.
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