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Different start levels for different versions of a bundle [message #102060] Thu, 29 November 2007 10:03 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: Jens.Borrmann.gillardon.de

Hi,

I want to assign different start levels for different versions of a bundle,
e.g.
SL 1 for A (1.0.0)
SL 2 for A (2.0.0)

Is this possible in general?

I tried to to this via the run dialog in eclipse. What astonished me is
the fact that the .launch file does not contain any information about
the version of the bundle. Changing the start level for version 1.0.0
leads to the following entry in the .launch file:
<stringAttribute key="workspace_bundles"
value="A@1:default,A@2:default"/> which looks interesting...

Reopening the run dialog changes this line to:
<stringAttribute key="workspace_bundles" value="A@2:default,A@2:default"/>

Any ideas about this problem?

- Jens
Re: Different start levels for different versions of a bundle [message #102183 is a reply to message #102060] Fri, 30 November 2007 14:04 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: jacek.pospychala.pl.ibm.com

Jens,
hopefully it gets addressed in nearest M build:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=208712

Jens Borrmann wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I want to assign different start levels for different versions of a
> bundle,
> e.g.
> SL 1 for A (1.0.0)
> SL 2 for A (2.0.0)
>
> Is this possible in general?
>
> I tried to to this via the run dialog in eclipse. What astonished me
> is the fact that the .launch file does not contain any information
> about the version of the bundle. Changing the start level for version
> 1.0.0 leads to the following entry in the .launch file:
> <stringAttribute key="workspace_bundles"
> value="A@1:default,A@2:default"/> which looks interesting...
>
> Reopening the run dialog changes this line to:
> <stringAttribute key="workspace_bundles"
> value="A@2:default,A@2:default"/>
>
> Any ideas about this problem?
>
> - Jens
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