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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: Shell GUI and Shell Plugin
Date Wed, 05 Apr 2006 06:57:25 GMT

Dependency visualization would be very interesting. I already checked in 
the Shell GUI bundle yesterday and I will check in the Shell GUI Plugin 
bundle today, which includes some simple examples of shell plugins. 
Perhaps you could check it out and try to create your app as a plugin.

I will post more info about these after getting them checked in.

-> richard

Bruno J. M. Melo wrote:
> Hello,
>  I'm new to OSGi and recently I was thinking that a good way to learn 
> would be develop any application using OSGi. This is a great 
> opportunity and I would like to help anyway.
>  I'm also interested in create a visualization of the dependencies 
> using any technique that could help the developer finds out about the 
> bundle context... and a search functionality could help too! :-)
> Best Regards,
> Bruno Melo
> Eelco Kurvers wrote:
>> Hi Richard.
>> I'd sure like to see it back. It really helped me to look into the
>> possibility to make a GUI. I think it also helps starting OSGi 
>> developers,
>> like myself to learn how everything works.
>> Regards,
>> Eelco Kurvers
>> On 3/31/06, Richard S. Hall <heavy@ungoverned.org> wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> For Oscar I had some simple GUI shell bundles (Shell GUI and Shell
>>> Plugin) that could be used as an alternative to the text shell. 
>>> There is
>>> no doubt that the GUI shell was super simplistic (just like the text
>>> shell for that matter), but some people liked it. :-)
>>> I was wondering whether or not people think that these bundles 
>>> should be
>>> brought into Felix as subprojects or not? Even though they are simple,
>>> they could serve as starting points for people interested in improving
>>> them. I think it seems reasonable. What's the general consensus?
>>> -> richard

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