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From tieying Liu <tiey...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: what is best way to manage multiple camel contexts
Date Thu, 24 Jan 2008 16:03:28 GMT

Hey James:

What is going on with ActiveSpace? would it be a nice fit for distributed
bundle discovery?


James.Strachan wrote:
> 
> On 23/01/2008, Patrick Shea <patrick@ps1.net> wrote:
>> I got it to work like you did, for some reasons the snapshots on the
>> maven repo are not right. It seems that the bundles in system kept their
>> snapshot timestamps and this is why  they were not found.
> 
> Awesome, glad you got it working! Hopefully once the MicroKernel has a
> real release, that gets mirrored to the Apache and Maven global repos,
> things should settle down a bit & these problems should go away.
> 
> 
>> Anyway, this seems a *VERY* exciting project, I myself was building an
>> OSGi kernel that looked pretty much the same. The really cool thing about
>> this one is that it uses the felix obr system to resolve bundle
>> dependencies.
>>
>> WOW this is great!
> 
> Agreed :) The ServiceMix MicroKernel rocks!
> 
> Have you spotted it supports expanded bundle format; so you can edit
> the spring XML inside a bundle and it hot-redeploys? :). I'm really
> liking the shells too; we might wanna create some kinda Camel shell
> for running in the ServiceMix MicroKernel...
> 
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> James
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