|Re: [EMF Forms] Embedding EMF Forms in SWT application [message #1290833 is a reply to message #1290540]
||Thu, 10 April 2014 13:25
| Jonas Helming
Registered: July 2009
just to be sure: Ia your final goal a non-OSGi application? This use
case is currently not supported, as EMF Forms relys on extension points
provided by core.runtime. In general it would be possible to provide a
plain Java version, too, but we would to refactor a bit for that.
If you want to be based on OSGi, then not the dependencies are the
issue, but the run configuration (which decides which bundles are
started). To get a running run configuration, I propose you start with
the feature based configuration as described in the getting started
tutorial and add your bundle to it. This way you make sure everything
required is in.
Am 10.04.2014 09:55, schrieb Phillipp von Rotenhan:
> Hi Jonas,
> sorry for the delay but I had to work on other things with higher
> priority first.
> Just to make this a little bit more clear, my application is not a test
> as in "unit-test" but "helloWorld" like application to figure out how to
> get EMF-Form running with SWT. Anyway, I had a look at the test cases in
> the ECP source but I still can't figure out what dependency I'm missing.
> A plugin.xml of a EMF-Forms & SWT project would help me in a great way.
> The custom factory was used just for some custom logging behavior but I
> doesn't work with the generated factory either.
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