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Re: [equinox-dev] Bug in "Run As Equinox"
- From: "Niclas Hedhman" <niclas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 09:12:16 +0800
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On 10/11/06, Thomas Watson <tjwatson@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That syntax should be fine. It
tells the bootstrap code (in EclipseStarter) to mark the bundle for persistent
start and set its start-level to the value specified by the property osgi.bundles.defaultStartLevel
So we thought...
At the console run the "sl"
command to see what start-level the framework is set to and then run the
"sl <bundle id>" command to see what start level your bundle
is set to. It seems like your bundles have a start-level that is
higher than the current start-level of the framework. There are two
properties you should pay attention to.
osgi.bundles.defaultStartLevel - used
to set the start-level of installed bundles that do not specify a particular
start-level in the osgi.bundles list (defaults to 4).
osgi.startLevel - used to set the initial
start-level of the framework (defaults to 6).
Yes, of course, we will double, double check that... I just got a queesy feeling that bundle default startlevel and framework startlevel was mixed up...
If you set osgi.bundles.defaultStartLevel
> osgi.startLevel then your bundles will not be able to start because
they will have a higher start-level than the current Framework start-level.
If this is not what is going on then please open a bug against PDE-UI.
Ok, thanks for the feedback...