|rcp application with multiple plugins [message #506176]
||Wed, 06 January 2010 08:13
| Stella Levin
Registered: July 2009
I work on rcp application. I have the main plugin, including application and product definitions. I want to add java library and another plugin, that is based on this library implementing additions to the main plugin. What is the appropriate plugin architecture? Should I create java library as a separate plugin also? How to define the another plugin - as feature plugin or as fragment plugin, etc ? Any explanations and examples will be appreciated. Thanks
|Re: rcp application with multiple plugins [message #506484 is a reply to message #506427]
||Thu, 07 January 2010 11:40
Originally posted by: jccanova.gmail.com|
in matter of fact who keeps information about the contribution is the
extension not the plugin...
if a user dont want an extension just dont have to install it.
to remove a extension-plugin is the same process using the update manager or
enable/disable plugin or remove it phisically.
if im not wrong the concept behind is CBM (component bussiness modelling)
and SAAS, based all in OSGI.
jose carlos canova
"Stella" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have an additional question: I want an another plugin to contribute
>additional editor to the rcp application. If some group of customers don't
>want this extension - they need to remove it in plugin.xml of the main
>plugin? Are there other way to regulate what plugins to take for rcp?
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