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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: Bundle can't find its own classes: NoClassDefFoundError
Date Fri, 30 Oct 2015 19:21:49 GMT
On 10/30/15 15:19 , info@cuhka.com wrote:
> Yes, indeed I'm using THE osgi plugin, and I didn't do any 
> Bundle-Classpath editing, nor did bnd. Anyway, after 'ctrl-alt-del' of 
> my Felix it all seems to be ok. While I still don't grasp while it 
> occurs, what can make it hapen, I can continue.

If I had to guess then, I'd say you somehow updated your bundle and got 
it in a strange state and didn't do a refresh of the framework after 
updating.

-> richard

>
> Maurice.
> Citeren Paulo Renato de Athaydes <renatoathaydes@hotmail.com>:
>
>> You should not mess with the Bundle-Classpath unless you know exactly 
>> what you're doing.
>> Have a look at your bundle's Manifest, make sure the Bundle-ClassPath 
>> entry is not there, or if it is, it's just a dot.
>> Otherwise you will get the kind of problem you're having.
>> The osgi plugin (I assume you're using THE osgi plugin, I mean, the 
>> one called 'osgi') definitely won't magically add this to your Bundle.
>> Renato
>
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