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Explore Eclipse’s OSGi Console

I have a new article up on dW that just went live. I wrote this a few months ago so it’s not that out of date πŸ˜‰ The article is all about tinkering with the OSGi console within Eclipse and also goes to explain some things people outside the Eclipse community may not find obvious. Cheers.

  • earl hofert

    a very well-written article. Easy to read and I learned a lot from it. Keep ’em coming, Chris.

  • earl hofert

    a very well-written article. Easy to read and I learned a lot from it. Keep ’em coming, Chris.

  • Eugene

    IDDQD

  • Eugene

    IDDQD

  • bob

    nice article, well written. Were you born when Doom came out?

  • bob

    nice article, well written. Were you born when Doom came out?

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    I was in high school, come on now Bob πŸ˜‰

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    I was in high school, come on now Bob πŸ˜‰

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    actually, I was in high school when ultimate doom came out πŸ˜›

    those were the days of one must fall and jazz jackrabbit πŸ˜‰

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    actually, I was in high school when ultimate doom came out :Pthose were the days of one must fall and jazz jackrabbit πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous

    If I wish to extend the console, does my class have to also extend BundleActivator?

  • Anonymous

    If I wish to extend the console, does my class have to also extend BundleActivator?

  • Felix

    Your article about the console is nice, but it has the flaw that in equinox one has to import eclipse specific bundles, because the console package containing the CommandProvider Interface is not exported correct. Am i right ??
    if you got an answer to that please keep me posted.

  • Felix

    Your article about the console is nice, but it has the flaw that in equinox one has to import eclipse specific bundles, because the console package containing the CommandProvider Interface is not exported correct. Am i right ??if you got an answer to that please keep me posted.