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Bndtools is an Eclipse-based development environment for OSGi bundles and applications that focuses on:
Bndtools is based on Bnd, the powerful bundle tool created by Peter Kriens.
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days:5
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Submitted by a platypus on Fri, 2016-04-29 10:31
Here's a thing.
On Linux (with an Ubuntu base) ... In order to get updates & installs one need to '_sudo_' Eclipse. At least that is the most feasible explanation. Works for Windows and Mac.
At that point things seem to fall in a mess; the drag-n-drop jumps to some generic Marketplace page. I imagine, the basic issue lies around switching from "user" to "sudo" (root) via the drag.
That makes sense; why WOULD I like to allow an un-secure user login drop things on a 'trusted' app?!! Right decision.
Not sure how we deal with this -- One idea is to prompt; the way the shell (e.g. bash does). I think that's an Ubuntu / desktop issue but the underlying bits -- Like applications that update themselves; these elements need to "push" fixes to the community!
There is a rider. NOPE; I (personally) do not want powerful developer tools like Eclipse to have "super-user"-level privileges without authentication/authorisation. Should I ever develop a psychotic disorder like that, I can just re-install Windows!
Submitted by Trace Windham on Tue, 2014-02-25 14:45
I tried to install BND Tools today, and the update site at http: // bndtools-updates.s3.amazonws.com/ is reported as unavailable. Is there any new news about the status on this site?
Submitted by Konrad Wulf on Thu, 2014-01-09 07:31
As you can see in the Errors tab, it has been reported several times in the past 7 days, that the download from the update site is not working. Same with me, I cannot download the bndtools plugin using Eclipse 4.3.1 (Kepler SP1). There is a Bndtools dependency missing. Please fix it or provide another update site, Thanks!
Submitted by ChristianBaranowski on Sat, 2012-01-28 05:17
Best support für MANIFEST generation in Eclipse by BND.
If you like to have a lightweight OSGi development tooling Bndtools is at the moment the best choose.
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