Dec 7th, 2012, 05:46 AM
Roo bundles missing when running from STS
I'm running roo version 1.2.2.RELEASE [rev 7d75659]. When I run it from the command line, there are more bundles available than when I point STS at the same installation and run roo from within STS (version 3.1.0). Verified using the osgi ps command.
If I delete the sts-cache folders and .sts-cache-*-version I still only get a subset of all the bundles that the standalone version loads. Interestingly, executing from within STS shows osgi version 4.0.3 whereas from the command line it is 3.2.2. I was expecting these to be the same...
The 'cache' folder always contains all of the bundles I expect to see. The bundles that are missing from the project's sts-cache folder are ones that I have installed myself...
Surely this is a bug with roo - the osgi bundles loaded should be the same whether roo is executed from the command line or from within STS [for the same roo installation]?
Can anyone help or should I raise a bug with roo?
Last edited by stevehartley; Dec 7th, 2012 at 05:56 AM.