Never use a value of "1" that
would indicate a bundle that does not use new OSGi R4 syntax. A value
of 3, 4, 5, ... have not been defined by OSGi, but they are possible in
the future if syntax is introduced that is not compatible on old versions
of the OSGi specification.
Provide-Package has been deprecated
since Eclipse 3.1. This header never made it into the OSGi specification.
Instead all packages are exported with the Export-Package header.
No reasonable bundle should ever use the Provide-Package header.
David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS Sent by: orbit-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
02/12/2007 11:31 AM
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I'm not sure I've seen this discussed (and may not even be an issue),
and may be "old news", but hope the bundle experts here can answer
easily and quickly.
I assume we should _always_ use
(not '1' ... any '3' on the horizon?).
should never be used, right? Is it some ancient thing?
(I saw in some non-orbit bundles, so, just made me want to find out more).
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