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Re: [equinox-dev] Updates to the org.eclipse.osgi.framework.adaptor API and default implementation


Some code restructuring has gone on in eclipse that requires you to use one of the latest I-Builds as your development environment when using code from HEAD.  Unfortunately M7 is not able to selfhost the latest code from HEAD.  I believe most developers are using I-Build I20040226 or later.

We will continue to make some changes to the adaptor API's so I hope we are not too much of a moving target for you.  I would really appreciate any feedback you have though.


Thomas Watson

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03/05/2004 10:01 AM
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I would be happy to test my load-time weaving stuff (that introduces a
spezialized adaptor) with your new implementation. (And I would, of
course, give feedback on the results.)

What is the best way to set up the environment properly? I tried to
check out the head version of several plugins (including osgi...) into
my M7 workspace, but failed to get that run. Which target (and
development) environment should I use to get your new adaptor
implementation to run?

Best regards,

> Today I dropped some changes to the org.eclipse.osgi.framework.adaptor API
> and have reworked much of the DefaultAdaptor and EclipseAdaptor
> implementation.  This should not effect most of the equinox development
> community that are doing bundle development.  But it will effect those
> that have written custom FrameworkAdaptors from scratch or
> FrameworkAdaptors that extend either the DefaultAdaptor or EclipseAdaptor.
>  Please get the latest code for the project org.eclipse.osgi from HEAD if
> you are developing a FrameworkAdaptor to get the latest code.
> Let me know if you have any questions or problems
> Thanks.
> Thomas Watson

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