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Development of dropins bundle deployment capability [message #1713907] Sun, 08 November 2015 07:36
Chiranga Alwis is currently offline Chiranga AlwisFriend
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I am Chiranga Alwis and this is my first post in this forum so pardon me for any mistakes or shortcomings that I might make.

I have been contributing to WSO2's Carbon kernel code base and have developed its process of reading the external third party OSGi bundles from dropins folder and updating the file. The GitHub link to this code is given below:

But I have been trying to discover whether I could directly utilize the Equinox's capability of reading the bundles in dropins folder and update its file. (for example, I tried dropping in an OSGi bundle to Eclipse IDE's dropins folder and found that it had been successfully updated in its file) But since I am totally new to most of these technologies including the Equinox and OSGi I haven't found it easy to find the code for this capability.

I found the following two modules which contained related implementation:
It would be a significant improvement if I can use an existing code for this capability in such a way that I only have to provide the path to the dropins folder and file will get updated.

Hence, I would be grateful for any related advice for my attempt to improve the Carbon kernel's code by using Equinox's existing code. Clear directions and steps to achieve the target improvements will be highly appreciated.
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