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Re: [ecf-dev] Issue adding custom serialization to ecf provider

On 7/3/2017 5:50 AM, Peter Hermsdorf wrote:

Hi Scott,


Am 30.06.2017 um 19:19 schrieb Scott Lewis:

Yes it would be better, but it would mean a breaking API change unfortunately.

I've reopened bug https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=516074

made the addition, and pushed to master.ÂÂ Our hipp instance appears to me to be down right now, but once it comes up there will be a build available that includes this change.ÂÂ I can/will do a maintenance release to include it, but the question is when?
Thanks again.

Regarding the contribution of a bundle with a Kryo serializer and an example:

* where to contribute?

My inclination is to add/invite you to the ECF organization at github, and create a new repo for this.

* open a bug and create a gerrit change request or should i start something on my github repo and that might be moved to the ECF repo when reuqired?

I think the answer for this depends upon what the scope of the additions will be:ÂÂ e.g. is it a whole new distribution provider (even if based upon existing providers like the generic)...e.g. does it have it's own, new container and Namespace types?ÂÂ If the answer is 'yes' then I would say that you can start something on your repo, and/or we could move it to ECF org at right time, and then...if that's your desire...we can/could move it to eclipse.org.


* I would modify one the existing "hello" or timeservice examples, ok? (i remeber that one of them already had code which uses an ISharedObjectContainer which I also need to register the serializer)

IMHO the timeservice example would be better than the 'hello' examples...as the timeservice examples use OSGi RS/RSA...which is preferred due to the standardization. Or, if you have some new example/test code, that would be even better.


I've created a separate bundle for the de-/serializer which uses the DynamicImport-Package directive in the manifest - works as expected. The other stuff regarding "handling different package version" was not obvious enough for me to integrate in the first shot - maybe you or someone else can add / modify that later ...

Yes.ÂÂ This may already be essentially 'dealt with' by the RSA proxy creation and the generic provider...unless I'm misinterpreting what you are saying.

Thanks,

Scott



Bye, Peter



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