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Getting started with ECF & Dependencies on Eclipse [message #625034] Mon, 25 January 2010 08:11
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Originally posted by: Florian.Rampp.jambit.com

Hello,

I'm working on a project which is trying to introduce a notion of
information and services to my client, including support of transparent
remote service invocation, information sharing, information and service
discovery and synchronization of data. I stumbled over ECF and I believe
it's a good candidate for being evaluated further.
Since your documentation is not the greatest, I would be glad about some
initial advice. Most important for me are the following two points:

1. How many dependencies does ECF have on any other Eclipse modules
(except core Equinox modules)? This is important since my client
requires a lightweight solution, running in a resource restricted
environment.

2. I'm using Maven as a build tool. Are there Maven artifacts of the
latest ECF release available?
Otherwise, where can I get the ECF 3.1 artifacts from, except by doing
an eclipse update over p2?
I also checked out the sources from the CVS repository, but this neither
provided a quick start, since I didn't really understand the repository
layout.

In the case that ECF suits our needs, we would like to dive a little
deeper into the code and there is a chance of contributing code at a
later stage of the project. So I would be very glad about some initial
advice, especially how to get ECF running without the full-fledged Eclipse.

Thanks a lot,

Florian
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