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** Jeff to setup another call in three weeks.<div style="border: 2px solid #8E87EB; padding: 6px;">Done</div>
 
** Jeff to setup another call in three weeks.<div style="border: 2px solid #8E87EB; padding: 6px;">Done</div>
 
** DJ to test the wrappering - created [https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=165356 Bug 165356]<div style="border: 2px solid #8E87EB; padding: 6px;"></div>
 
** DJ to test the wrappering - created [https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=165356 Bug 165356]<div style="border: 2px solid #8E87EB; padding: 6px;"></div>
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* '''Other discussion topics'''
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** Bundling multi-JAR distributions:  for libraries comprising multiple JAR files, where they are commonly used together, perhaps it is convenient for Orbit and its consumers alike to repackage them as a single OSGi bundle.  This can be done by nesting the original JARs within the bundle or by expanding their contents together into the bundle, both of which approaches have their pros and cons.
  
 
== Open Action Items ==
 
== Open Action Items ==

Revision as of 10:08, 6 December 2006

Attendees

  • Jeff McAffer

Discussion

  • Review action items from last call
    • Simon to creaate a wiki page on how to manage source for Orbit bundles.
    • David and Bjorn to start setting up the build
    • David to setup a basic build for use in the mean time.
    • Jeff to work with the PDE team to ensure that having multiple versions of the same bundle will work smoothly.
    • Jeff to setup another call in three weeks.
      Done
    • DJ to test the wrappering - created Bug 165356
  • Other discussion topics
    • Bundling multi-JAR distributions: for libraries comprising multiple JAR files, where they are commonly used together, perhaps it is convenient for Orbit and its consumers alike to repackage them as a single OSGi bundle. This can be done by nesting the original JARs within the bundle or by expanding their contents together into the bundle, both of which approaches have their pros and cons.

Open Action Items