|Re: [equinox-dev] How to find the newest equinox release?|
Thanks for the explanations. The new repo sounds very good. I hope you plan to also publish to central at some point but having a repo at all would be a really big step.
I have the sources but it is a bit difficult to compare to felix if they do not reflect a complete release. So for example it is difficult to see which issues should be fixed and which not.
I have also debugged a bit more into my karaf problem.
This is the code that causes the log message:
From the code and trace this could mean that the framework start level was changed. So the bundles are started. Is this correct?
Strangely this seems to happen while karaf is installing the individual bundles. So only some of them are installed and the resolve fails.
I am not sure where this start level change originates from but if I switch to felix this does not seem to happen.
So something seems to be different between the two frameworks.
I would be happy about any hints. Apart from that I will dig into the karaf feature service to get an idea what is happening there that could trigger this. I originally thought that karaf
might set the bundle start level at this point but I am not sure.
On 21.06.2016 14:55, Thomas Watson wrote:
We just setup a nexus repo for the Equinox project but still need to setup the process for populating it with the Equinox releases:
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