[kepler-dev] kepler.core OSGi bundle
tristan.king at jcu.edu.au
Wed Jul 9 16:48:32 PDT 2008
>From what i've seen of OSGi it looks like it would be a great platform to
build kepler onto. I see heaps of potential in having actors/actor packages
as OSGi modules that can be loaded in easily (but don't know enough about
OSGi to know if it'd be possible).
Are you presenting that presentation at some point? or has that already been
done? I'd love to skype in for it, or get an audio recording if it's not
been done yet.
On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 4:37 AM, Aaron Schultz <aschultz at nceas.ucsb.edu>
> We've been having power outages here in Santa Barbara due to the gap fire.
> The link below should be working now but may go in and out until we stop
> having outages.
> Aaron Schultz wrote:
>> I've been exploring the use of OSGi as an option for better modularizing
>> the Kepler project.
>> If you would like to experiment with running the Kepler 1.0.0 release as
>> an OSGi bundle you can download a very large zip file from the following
>> temporary website (running on my desktop)
>> It includes the eclipse executable and related equinox bundles needed for
>> launching the kepler bundle.
>> You will also find some instructions there for checking out the
>> kepler.core branch and building the bundle from that.
>> Kepler-dev mailing list
>> Kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org
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