[kf-users] How much of the 4.2 Spec is already implemented?
jan at makewave.com
Wed Apr 7 10:34:59 CEST 2010
I'll try to clarify. The first page you looked at describes the upcoming Knopflerfish 3 release which will be OSGi R4 V4.2 compliant. The second page describes the current Knopflerfish 2.3.3 release, which is OSGi 4.0.1 compliant. So that is why you see differences in the status of different components. When it comes to missing services, some are included in the commercial version "Knopflerfish Pro" supported by Makewave AB and other services has not been implemented, mainly because there has been no or little interest in them.
On 3 apr 2010, at 18.13, Jens Lauterbach wrote:
> I am new to OSGi and Knopflerfish. Currently I am working on a paper in which I am comparing Felix, Equinox and Knopflerfish in terms of OSGi 4.2 Spec compliance.
> So far I looked at the Core and Compendium spec and found that Knopflerfish seems to be completely complianed with the Core Specs.
> I looked at these two pages:
> These are the parts of the core spec I use in my matrix:
> - Security Layer
> - Module Layer
> - Life Cycle Layer
> - Service Layer
> - Framework API
> - Package Admin Service
> - Start Level Servcie
> - Conditional Permission Admin Service
> - URL Handlers Service
> - Service Hooks
> What confuses me is that on the first page (see above) the "Security Service" is fully implemented, but on the second page it is still marked as "in progress".
> There seems to be another inconsistency with the "Declaritive Services" of the Service Compendium?
> Which is correct?
> And what about all the other Service Compendium Specs that are not listed like:
> Remote Services
> Wire Admin Service
> Initial Provisioning
> UPnP Device Service
> Deployment Admin
> Auto Configuration
> Application Admin
> DMT Admin Service
> Monitor Admin Service
> Foreign Application Access
> Blueprint Container
> Execution Environment
> Are these not implemented? Will they be implemented?
> I hope you can help me.
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