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pkriens
Software Architect with expertise in Java & OSGi
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pkriens Jun 2
Bndtools 5.1.0 released! Lots of new cool features.
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pkriens May 13
An article on the state of Bndtools and how it is attractive to use it also for non-OSGi applications.
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pkriens May 13
Replying to @alblue
Yup ...
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pkriens Apr 2
A blog about using the, often unused, Security Manager as a spy on your running OSGi Framework. A very simple way to see what your code is really doing under the covers. The bloc: & the video:
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pkriens Mar 23
Wrote an article about how we used the awesome OSGi Capability-Requirement model to quick fix missing dependencies from their packages- and class names in Bndtools. Nice intro to the advantages of the C-R model.
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pkriens Mar 4
Replying to @mbaudier @graalvm
Yes, efforts are underway in the atomos project. The elephant in the Graalvm room is of course reflection ... and this is no solution for that. OSGi tends to use lots of reflection. However, using the rich OSGi metadata to build much smaller and faster-starting apps is enticing.
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pkriens Mar 3
An article about using OSGi applications on Android, using the upcoming R8 OSGi Connect. Interesting if you use OSGi in embedded environments.
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pkriens Feb 28
Replying to @jodastephen
Yes 😎
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pkriens Feb 27
Replying to @GeorgievStefanG
Thx for the heads up. However, the primary thing is syncing Android Studio with the Gradle setup. I.e. dependencies are refreshed frequently. As far as I can see this cannot be automated as you suggest?
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pkriens Feb 26
Worked with Android Studio today. I had high expectations because of Intellij's reputation. However, it keeps nagging me to build/sync/make or clean my project. (Or worse, I find out after 10 mins I should have.) Why isn't this automatic like Bndtools? Am I missing something?
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pkriens Nov 2
A friend went to OSGi Community Event and all I got was this lousy pair of socks 😢
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pkriens Sep 2
Someone told me that the App Notes written for the 'classic' OSGi enRoute were marked not indexable by Google and therefore no longer found by people. I think they contain interesting information for OSGi users so I copied them: Enjoy!
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pkriens Sep 2
Replying to @glynnormington
Thanks! I know Hillel personally, he is also active with Alloy. I still hope Adrian will give attention to Alloy one day :-) There should be a lengthy article in the ACM next month from Daniel Jackson about Alloy. Still looking for a customer that wants to use Alloy in anger!
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OSGi News 17 Jul 19
OSGi has no starting order, but if you are in need of one, then maybe this can help you: Kudos to for his efforts on this :)
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pkriens 7 Jun 19
OSGi After 20 years:
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pkriens 8 Nov 18
Keynote speaker at a Musalasoft 'Meet the Masters' conference in Sofia (16 November) and Skopje (17 November)
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pkriens 2 Aug 18
"Keep Passing the Open Windows." Looking at the OSGi dynamic service registration/unregistration window that can cause race conditions. Different perspectives are discussed. Enjoy.
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Holger Hoffstätte 31 May 18
Not sure whether to laugh or cry:
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pkriens 22 May 18
Exploring State Machines with Alloy
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pkriens 13 Apr 18
Torn between something that works very well (OSGi) and something that lacks even basic features but is the forced 'default' (JPMS) ...
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