Category Archives: osgi

Turmeric Development Planning

I’ve created a topic on the eBay Open Source forums for capturing ideas for what needs to be addressed in the Turmeric project over the next several months.   I’m looking for some input from those in the SOA, Maven, and … Continue reading

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>Product Builds with Tycho 0.10.0-SNAPSHOT

>One of the biggest pain points I have always had with eclipse, has been product builds. For one reason or another it was never just as simple as setting up the product file, and then submitting the job. Those days … Continue reading

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>A Maven/Tycho Experiment

>Regardless of which build system you choose, there will be a learning curve. How much of a curve can greatly depend on how the build system behaves. If it is Ant based, it is going to be pretty verbose. If … Continue reading

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>Some Random Cramps

>RelaxNG Tooling: The RelaxNG Tools (unofficial title), is in the process of getting started at the WTP Incubator. Currently we are in the middle of committer elections, and once this is done, we’ll be submitting code to the Eclipse IP … Continue reading

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>OSGI Test Suite and Equinox

>While working my way through creating and running the PsychoPath XPath 2.0 processor against the W3C Test suite, a cramp started to form. Has the Eclipse Equinox OSGI implementation been run against the OSGI test suite? I know there is … Continue reading

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>How Modularized should Bundles be?

>I’ve had this cramp bugging me for a while. In OSGI how far down should one go in making items bundles? It would seem that on one hand if a bundle/plugin is broken down into specific pieces of functionality that … Continue reading

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