|Re: A well architectured open source RCP app? [message #505638 is a reply to message #505470]
||Sun, 03 January 2010 23:20
| Wim Jongman
Registered: July 2009
Hi Madhu, |
I am in the process of writing an Eclipse bases newsreader called SALVO (I am
posting with it right now.) It has a classic modular structure: core, model,
ui, and additional detached modules. All the bundles have internal and public
packages that demonstrate how to separate API from boilerplate. It provides
two bundles (the quote services) that expose their services as an osgi
service. Take a look at it if you want. You can find drops at
wiki.eclipse.org/newsreader. The latest sources are also hosted at the osu
open source labs ecf repository at http://ecf1.osuosl.org/ in the
ecf/newsreader CVS module.
The current version on the wiki is 0.6.0. I am releasing 0.7.0 which has
javadb support and an ECF container implementation in a couple of weeks.
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> Can someone suggest a well architectured RCP application which also makes
use of the osgi services, which I can refer to?
> An application whose source is open. I checked at
http://www.eclipse.org/community/rcpos.php , but I am not sure which projects
make use of the OSGi services as well. It will be a tedious process to
download each and every project.
> I am working on a new RCP app. If I could refer a well architectured RCP
app, half of my work is over. I do not need to re-invent the wheel.
> Thanks in advance!
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