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{{important|Change of namespace|In versions upto 1.4.0 (served from <code>www.objectteams.org</code>) the IDs of OT/Equionx extension points start with <code>org.objectteams</code>.<br>
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==Binding aspect bundles to base bundles==
 
==Binding aspect bundles to base bundles==
  
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* See the [http://www.objectteams.org/distrib/documentation/reference/extension-points/org_objectteams_otequinox_aspectBindings.html extension point description] for the official documentation.  
 
* See the [http://www.objectteams.org/distrib/documentation/reference/extension-points/org_objectteams_otequinox_aspectBindings.html extension point description] for the official documentation.  
 
While normally aspect bindings require no further confirmation they are also subject to the protocol of [[OTEquinox/Aspect Binding Negotiation|Aspect Binding Negotiation]].
 
While normally aspect bindings require no further confirmation they are also subject to the protocol of [[OTEquinox/Aspect Binding Negotiation|Aspect Binding Negotiation]].
 
{{important|Change of namespace|In versions upto 1.4.0 (served from <code>www.objectteams.org</code>) the extension point id starts with <code>org.objectteams</code>.<br>
 
During the project move to Eclipse.org this has been renamed to <code>org.eclipse.objectteams...</code>.}}
 
  
 
==Visualization in the OTDT==
 
==Visualization in the OTDT==

Revision as of 08:02, 27 February 2010

Important.png
Change of namespace
In versions upto 1.4.0 (served from www.objectteams.org) the IDs of OT/Equionx extension points start with org.objectteams.
During the project move to Eclipse.org this has been renamed to org.eclipse.objectteams....


Binding aspect bundles to base bundles

The central concept of OT/Equinox is a new relationship between bundles called aspect binding. This relationship is declared in an aspect's plugin.xml as an extension to the extension point org.objectteams.otequinox.aspectBindings.

While normally aspect bindings require no further confirmation they are also subject to the protocol of Aspect Binding Negotiation.

Visualization in the OTDT

The OTDT's package explorer shows aspect bindings in the project's root folder: AspectBindingsInPackageExplorer.png

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