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From "zoe slattery (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Assigned: (ARIES-265) Find a way to make it easy to run the samples outside the Aries source tree
Date Mon, 24 May 2010 20:30:23 GMT


zoe slattery reassigned ARIES-265:

    Assignee: Jeremy Hughes  (was: zoe slattery)

Jeremy - I think you dealt with this as part of the release - but I don't remember what the
solution was. Please would you delete or let me know if I need to do anything?

> Find a way to make it easy to run the samples outside the Aries source tree
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: ARIES-265
>                 URL:
>             Project: Aries
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: zoe slattery
>            Assignee: Jeremy Hughes
> Each sample requires a platform assembly so that it can be run. The assembly usually
> (1) A minimal OSGi framework
> (2) Just the Aries components required to run the sample.
> The samples each have an assembly project that pulls this platform together in the projects'
target directory and creates the configuration files needed to load the platform and aries
> At release time all that the platform assembly produces is a pom, this can be executed
by a user outside the Aries build tree and it will install the required jars in a target directory.
Unfortunately, without the configuration files, the user still has a fair amount of 'file
install'ing to do before the platform will actually run.
> The most useful thing we could supply would be a zip and/or tar file which contains the
assembly pom, configuration files and legal files.
> The user can simply unzip, java -jar osgi-blah -console, to get a fully configured platform
on which to run the sample.

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