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Re: [equinox-dev] juno drops and gogo

Ok, I finally got it working, with some debugging that lead me to learn you need:

-Dosgi.console.enable.builtin=true

(or set as a Framework property) in order to get a console.

However, unlike previous versions (pre-juno) there is no base shell whatsoever. This means that you cannot interactively install the more advanced gogo shell from the command line.

This does nothing:
java -jar equinox-SDK-3.8RC4/plugins/org.eclipse.osgi_3.8.0.v20120529-1548.jar -console

This does nothing:
java -jar equinox-SDK-3.8RC4/plugins/org.eclipse.osgi_3.8.0.v20120529-1548.jar -Dosgi.console.enable.builtin=true

The second scenario which is the "new and improved" configuration, which won't actually do anything until there is actually a console bundle implementation available, but you can't install the console bundle(s) because there is no shell.

Wouldn't this make bootstrapping a bare instance impossible?

Can someone correct me on this? Maybe I've missed something.

Sincerely,
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Raymond Augà Â|ÂSenior Software Architect |ÂLiferay, Inc.Â

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