|Re: Is there an Update Site for Lyo? [message #1080259 is a reply to message #1080129]
||Mon, 05 August 2013 17:54
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 05/08/2013 3:57 PM, Steve Speicher wrote:
> Actually I know of some people who have already used Lyo in this way
> (to develop Eclipse-based applications.
They'd need to convert all what's provided including all the libraries
Lyo relies on to bundles themselves...
> It is just that the primary goal isn't to give developers
> features/plugins that provide contributions such as editors,
> validators, wizards, etc to assist with building OSLC-compliant
> tools. The primary needs we see are Java client and server based
> SDKs, that developers can easily leverage.
Well yes, but if you expect those clients to be Eclipse applications,
providing the SDK in the form of bundles that can be used to build
editors and other tools in Eclipse seems essential, otherwise each
client is doing that themselves, which seems odd for a project hosted at
> I have heard of a development team looking to contribute a tool that
> would help generate/provide the right client code based on
> introspecting an OSLC running server. Not sure when or if that will
Mostly I was just expecting bundles to be provided so I could build a
tool easily, without trying to bundlize everything Lyo provides and to
figure out which things are needed by the client code for that purpose...
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