|-osgi.bundles not processed in command line [message #105444]
||Fri, 22 February 2008 18:01
Originally posted by: olguizol-ext.airfrance.fr|
I am not sure, this question should be asked here, but here it is :
I try to start an OSGi bundle using the -osgi.bundles option (text entered
in the program argument section of the Launch tab in the product editor
view) and it looks like it is not processed. I checked in the
EclipseStarter class and it seems there is no reference in the
I suspect this is a bug because when I generate a product and put the same
option in the eclipse.ini it works fine.
I have a subsidiary question for you :
My intend is to start true OSGi bundles in my RCP application. These
bundles contain implementations of services registered when the bundles
are started. Normaly no bundle has a dependancy on it, hence the use of
osgi.bundles option with a special start level.
I would like to know if I have to create my own config.ini file and append
those bundles to osgi.bundles line or if there is an elegant way to append
the bundles and keep on using the generated config.ini one ?
Thanks for your answers and comments.
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