|bundles vs. .project file [message #464731]
||Tue, 29 November 2005 09:35
Originally posted by: philipp.kutter.org|
I asked the following in the newcommers newsgroup, but got never an answer.
We are still very interested in the topic.
We work on a large Java project, and we have used the normal project file
for dependencies between Java projects.
Some people in the project propose that we switch completly
to bundles, using manifest.mf files to define the dependencies
and the jar files which we use.
Since we are not using runtime workbenches and since
we do not create plugins, not all people do see the
Especially they noted that the use of visility rules in
the .project file give exactly the same advantage as package import and
export in bundles.
Can you please advice us whether to move to bundles or not?
Best Regards, Philipp
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