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How do you use OSGi? (part 3)

A couple of weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. I have started to share the summary of answers with the community. As there were many questions, I decided to split the content and publicize it

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How do you use OSGi? (part 2)

A couple of weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. I have started to share the summary of answers with the community. As there were many questions, I decided to split the content and publicize it

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How do you use OSGi? (part 1)

Two weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. My goal was to have an idea how others use OSGi in their projects. In the last couple of years, we developed 100+ OpenSource modules, Maven plugins and

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eosgi-maven-plugin 3.3.0

We are happy to announce the version 3.3.0 of eosgi-maven-plugin! This release contains the following features: Mac OS X support Analyse goal Updating coding conventions and cleaning code Updating default Felix pack to 5.2.0 Updating default Equinox pack to 3.10.100

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Everit Component Model – Component RI 1.1.0 with OSGi 6 Prototype Service support

The version 1.1.0 of ECM Component RI has just been released and available on Maven Central. This version supports Prototype Service scopes that were introduced in OSGi 6.0.0.

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Everit Component Model 1.0.0 release

After lots of work, ECM (Everit Component Model) is finally released. In the scope of the project several modules were developed: org.everit.osgi.capabilitycollector: A simple library that helps tracking references (currently OSGi services and Bundles). ECM uses this library to be

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Thread viewer webconsole plugin 1.0.0 released

I am happy to announce that Everit Thread Viewer Webconsole plugin 1.0.0 is released. The plugin is available on maven central. Please note, that the plugin uses mvel to generate the pages. To avoid exceptions that are caused by the

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