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st_clair (8) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Hello
Some questions regarding the snippets for the MEAP:

1. Where can I download it?
2. The syntax is different from that of Equinox.
3. I thought all DS should be able to function in any of OSGi's implementation, but looking at your code snippets, I wonder if they would be interpreted by Equinox

Thanks
richard.hall (87) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Source code for the MEAP
> Hello
> Some questions regarding the snippets for the MEAP:
>
> 1. Where can I download it?

The code is at:

http://code.google.com/p/osgi-in-action/

But it is a little out of date rate now since we need to integrate the new chapter examples into our build, but it will be there shortly.

> 2. The syntax is different from that of Equinox.

The syntax of what?

> 3. I thought all DS should be able to function in any
> of OSGi's implementation, but looking at your code
> snippets, I wonder if they would be interpreted by
> Equinox

DS is an OSGi standard, the examples will work with any compliant DS implementation.

Perhaps there is some confusion, but chapter 10 covers three different component frameworks: DS, Blueprint, and iPOJO. None of these are directly interchangeable with each other, but all of them are able to interact with each other via services in the service registry.

-> richard
st_clair (8) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Source code for the MEAP
Thanks for the info.

St Clair