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From Sergey Beryozkin <>
Subject Re: Thoughts about DOSGI 1.3.2 release
Date Mon, 28 May 2012 17:17:17 GMT
Hi David
On 28/05/12 18:09, David Bosschaert wrote:
> Sounds good, Sergey. I'm all for releasing frequently.
> One of the things that I think would be good to tackle is to migrate
> to OSGi Blueprint (from of the current Spring-based approach). Is that
> something that you were thinking of looking at?
Not really. Some users would like to use Blueprint but not be bound to 
Aries. So for me it's a DOSGI 1.4 level issue which will require a 
significant time investment.

Cheers, Sergey
> Cheers,
> David
> On 28 May 2012 17:34, Sergey Beryozkin<>  wrote:
>> Hi
>> I'm thinking of starting working toward releasing DOSGI 1.3.2.
>> I think I'll spend the next 2 or months on fixing few issues I can find some
>> time for, given that there's a lot of other CXF/etc work that needs to be
>> taken care of.
>> I'd like to suggest that the next release will be 1.3.2 as opposed to 1.4.0.
>> Moving to CXF 2.6.1 at the DOSGI level will be a pretty major effort, giving
>> that a minimal bundle in CXF 2.6.x has gone.
>> It seems that there are still quite a few issues there that are important to
>> be fixed for the base/simple DOSGI applications to work reliably and given
>> that 2.5.x branch is still relatively 'young', I'd probably prefer to stay
>> on 2.5.x (2.5.4 for DOSGI 1.3.2 and might be CXF 2.5.5/2.5.6 for DOSGI
>> 1.3.3), simply to make the most of the limited time that I will be able to
>> spend on DOSGi, before making a major switch to CXF 2.6.x - and hoping by
>> that time many of the 'basic' DOSGI features have been fixed...
>> Thanks, Sergey

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