|Re: My osgi.framework.extensions got deleted from the config.ini by eclipse [message #512113 is a reply to message #511727]
||Wed, 03 February 2010 23:15
| Snjezana Peco
Registered: July 2009
You should create your hook bundle as a fragment of the system bundle (org.eclipse.osgi).|
P2 regenerates the osgi.framework.extensions property and adds all the fragments of the system bundle to it.
MANIFEST.MF of your hook would be similar to the following:
> This post was transfered from the P2 forum because no one answered it
> druing a long time.
> Our plug-in extends osgi.framework.extensions. In our plug-in installer
> which contains both our plug-in and eclipse 3.5, we managed to add a
> line "osgi.framework.extensions=net.xxx.xxx.hook" to the config.ini
> file, so users do not need to manually add it. However, after the first
> time eclipse starts up, our hook was removed. The config.ini has a line
> on the top saying:
> "#This configuration file was written by:
> wConfigFileParser "
> If we manually add it back, and then our hook works. It seem when
> eclipse starts up for the first time, it checks something. Can anyone
> tell me how to solve this problem? Everything worked fine in 3.4.
> Recently, I found everytime I installed a new plug-in from a update
> site, the configure.ini file got re-written and my hook configuration
> got removed.
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