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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: Is a jar repository necessary?
Date Thu, 29 Oct 2009 22:18:39 GMT
Why not just run the JARs through BND and make bundles out of them?

-> richard

On 10/29/09 4:22, Chiron wrote:
> hi, I created a bundle which would export packages for jar files in a
> specified folder.
> i used refection to access the private fields. which is not a good way,
> however i did not modify felix,so it would not intervene the other bundles.
> but when i tested some frameworks, some worked, some not, if the framework
> has its own way to load resources, like spring. which load resource from the
> bootstrap classloader other than the class's classloader.then it failed to
> start.
> i think a jar repository is necessary, since for current now, not a lot
> frameworks support OSGi, we still need to use jars.
> if the framework supports this function it would be a lot easier.
> and for the jars, if we set a naming convention, like
> name.major.minor.micro.jar, we can control the version. felix already has
> ExtentionManager to export JDK classes,
> so why not export more?

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