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- From: "Pierre-Henry Perret" <phperret@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 01:30:06 +0200
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Attention: ECF group
Jxta provider for ECF 0.8.8 is on the air - see
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/JXTA_provider_for_ECF for indication
on establishing a CVS connexion.
Just check out 2 plugins:
Just run the org.eclipse.ecf.provider.jxta.example.jxtaRobot eclipse application and check the result.
- or.eclipse.ecf.provider.jxta (provider classes)
- or.eclipse.ecf.provider.jxta.example (robot example)
Some contributions to test the plugin would be welcomed, and for those
of you who have time for that, you can check it out and try to
launch the plugin client - based on the ecf robot application sample.
The plugin just output some indicators that show the initialization of
the current peer with all the jxta context needed to
exchange message. So the first stage is to get the message : "SO
initialized", followed by "connect".
Next stage is the JXTAPeerView that will show each other connecting...
...a little more work and patience...
thx in advance,