|Testing an OSGI/JDT/Eclipse plugin with Pax-exam [message #1706252]
||Tue, 25 August 2015 10:24
| Rodolfo AP
Registered: April 2015
Hi, all. Hope this is the right forum. If not, sorry for the noise, please redirect me.|
My project is a plugin that uses JDT, built with maven, runs from an OSGI Activator.java. JDT creates an eclipse workspace to compile java classes. Works fine so I want to write tests for my classes.
Since this runs "...as... OSGI Framework", I'm using pax-exam to write my tests. Most of my classes are eclipse workspace-dependent.
But as soon as I start adding the dependencies for the test, eclipse, soon org.eclipse.osgi is required. After adding it I get
java.lang.ClassCastException: org.eclipse.osgi.framework.internal.core.SystemBundleActivator cannot be cast to org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator
I saw an stackoverflow post saying that it is not possible to run org.eclipse.osgi functionalities (meaning equinox) using Felix.
So, where's my problem? am I having a conceptual error? Can I test eclipse workspace objects within felix? Which other testing options do I have?
Thanks in advance.
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