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Daboe_ (7) [Avatar] Offline
#1
In shell snapshot "Simple shell demonstration session"

In the picture, you keep referencing bundle id 4 for starting, stopping, updating, ... while the `bundles' command lists bundle `foo' as bundle id 2

Also (unless I missed a part), the "getTelnetBinding" method is used to create a telnet server interpreting commands. It seems this method is not defined in the text. Is it meant to be that way?
Daboe_ (7) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Ch 3 : Some comments
Also :

It is actually not necessary in our example to remove the listeners, since the framework will
do so automatically when our bundle is stopped; this ONLY makes sense since the bundle
context is not valid once the bundle is stopped
(drop the ONLY, is repeated in next sentence too)
karl.pauls (3) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Ch 3 : Some comments
Thanks for the comments. I will look into it.

Regarding the "getTelnetBinding", this is meant to be that way in order to not make it to complicated. I will try to point it out more clearly.