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Re: [eclipse-dev] manifest - Bundle-NativeCode

Hi Dale,

You should try:

Bundle-NativeCode: /lib/x86/ntlmauth.dll;selection-filter="(&(osgi.arch=x86)(osgi.os=win32))",

 /lib/x64/ntlmauth.dll;selection-filter="(&(osgi.arch=x86_64)(osgi.os=win32))", *

According to the spec: If the optional’*’ is specified at the end of the Bundle-NativeCode manifest
header, a bundle installation error will not occur if the Bundle-NativeCode
header has no matching clauses)

Anyway, you should have asked such an OSGi/Equinox relative question on the eclipse.technology.equinox newsgroup (news.eclipse.org server)!


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Steele, Dale a écrit :

I am having a problem with the Bunde-NativeCode on Linux.

For Windows I created this Bundle-NativeCode selection (selection-filter used because Windows 2007 not part of Win32 keyword)


Bundle-NativeCode: /lib/x86/ntlmauth.dll;selection-filter="(&(osgi.arch=x86)(osgi.os=win32))",



My fragment bundle load and works fine under Windows but will not load or run on Linux unless I remove the Bundle-NativeCode section. It is my understanding that the Bundle-NativeCode would be skipped on Linux.




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