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Missing OSGi-Bundle Dependencies [message #1742008] Mon, 26 August 2013 12:39 Go to next message
Daniel Zimmermann is currently offline Daniel ZimmermannFriend
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Registered: July 2009
What I have done so far:

- installed e(fx)clipse using 4.3 (full Kepler install)

Project Set-Up:

- create project via wizard
- un-check tycho build (no infrastructure for that available)
- check Eclipse DI
- check Native packaging

The projects <package-prefix>.app[.*] are created and I'm already receiving the following errors in the Manifest:

Bundle 'org.eclipse.fx.core.databinding' cannot be resolved
Bundle 'org.eclipse.fx.ui.databinding' cannot be resolved
Bundle 'org.eclipse.fx.ui.di' cannot be resolved

Maybe I should mention, that I miss the whole 'org.eclipse.fx.ui'-bundle structure. Other Bundles of the 'org.eclipse.fx'-tree are accessible.

Anyone encountered something like this, too? Would be nice, if this could be solved, because I would have liked to start a new side project in my company using a) JavaFX (not a big deal, I could do this as a standalone app) and b) using OSGi (this would be great because of the extensability - then I could do a small plugin-based OSGi-app (we don't need the whole e4 capabilities, as far as I can tell).

Thanks and greetings,
Re: Missing OSGi-Bundle Dependencies [message #1742075 is a reply to message #1742008] Wed, 31 August 2016 07:04 Go to previous message
Christoph Keimel is currently offline Christoph KeimelFriend
Messages: 482
Registered: December 2010
Location: Germany
Senior Member
Did you setup a target platform?
see Tutorial 3 [1] - "1. Setup a target platform for your application development"

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