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Re: [p2-dev] Working with Apache Felix
- From: Nicholas Ustinov <nustinov@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 22:48:06 +0400
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Thank you DJ, thank you Pascal for your answers.
I'm interested in full-blown core & operations API, and don't need UI packages.
How can i participate?
2011/6/13 Pascal Rapicault <pascal@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Nicholas are you interested in using all of p2, or just some of its sub components?
As DJ said, this is something that we tried two years ago but we had to stop because of corporate priorities on other projects.
I would be very happy to see this effort resurrected. I think most of the effort required to make this happens consists in either making some of p2 dependencies on some Equinox packages or splitting up the Equinox packages used by p2 into separate bundles. Then there is the work on providing a fwk admin that knows how to work with Felix.
Is anyone interested in participating?
On 2011-06-10, at 7:53 AM, Nicholas Ustinov wrote:
> Good day!
> Does anybody know, is it possible to run P2 provision engine on Apache Felix container?
> We should support Equinox and Felix in our custom OSGi application and we need solution for provisioning our application.. P2 seems to be very good for it.
> Thank you,
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