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From Jean-Pierre Bergamin <>
Subject Re: Camel as an OSGi bundle in virgo
Date Tue, 19 Apr 2011 11:22:43 GMT
Am 19.04.2011 09:53, schrieb Willem Jiang:
> On 4/19/11 3:21 AM, Jean-Pierre Bergamin wrote:
>> In short:
>> * Why is there a dependency to in
>> camel-core? Should this dependency maybe optional?
> The camel-core user the fusesource management as the default 
> management framework and because of the management code is used when 
> the camel context is started, I don't think the dependency can be 
> optional.
>> * Does the core-spring bundle really need to import
>> org.apache.camel.language? The bundle already contains this package with
>> SpEL.class in it.
> No, I don't think so.
> Maybe we should consider to move th SpEL.class into camel-core to 
> avoid exporting the same package of org.apache.camel.language twice.
IMHO it would be best to not have a split org.apache.camel.language 
package. This also would it allow us to use Require-Bundle for the 
camel-spring bundle in our web bundle.

>> * Any ideas why the web bundle does not see the class
>> CamelNamespaceHandler any more after redeployment? Could this be a bug
>> in Virgo?
> I guess it's a Virgo's bug, because we never hit this kind of issue 
> when we deploy the camel-core and camel-spring with Spring-DM in OSGi.
This really seems to be a bug in virgo.

Best regards,

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