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From Geoff Longman <glong...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Contrbutions, modules andPlugins
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 15:44:01 GMT
Seems to me that you would have to build a lot of infrastructure on
top of HM to achieve this. If you are bulding a rich client I would
suggest you look at Eclipse RCP. What you describe is exaclty what RCP
is geared towards.

Geoff

On 11/23/05, Vinicius Carvalho <java.vinicius@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there! First I'm sorry about this question, I did not had the proper
> time for a more in depth search on this subject. Anyway...
> We're facing a problem with our software, we're creating modules for it. The
> basic idea is: if you buy modules A & B, the menus, configuration screens,
> change displaying new information. All the user needs to do is deploy the
> new modules (some jars). We're searching jplugin for it, but I found it too
> immature for production use. So I remember Hivemind (since I'm a Tapestry
> user).
> I was thinking if one could achieve such functionality with Hivemind. Create
> a base system, and by having modules with new contributions, the system
> would be customized per client?
>
> Regards and good coding
>
> Vinicius Carvalho
>


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