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Screencast: Mylyn on the NetBeans Platform?

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Jaroslav Tulach and I had such a good time recording our MVC/DCI screencast recently that we decided to do another one... on another hot topic. OSGi and the NetBeans Platform! Watch this movie and learn about many things, from OSGi to Mylyn to Darwin and back. You'll also see a very cool demo and hopefully become inspired to contribute to the various projects mentioned in the discussion. (Duration: 36 minutes.)

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Alexander Lipatov replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 3:51am

Thank you so much! Very interesting video!

Hantsy Bai replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 7:33am

I can not see any vedios... My system is Fedora 11, flash version is, provided by Adobe rpm repository.

Geertjan Wielenga replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 7:50am

It's simply a movie on, hantsy. So, what you're saying is you can't see anything on

Casper Bang replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 10:29am

Can't see anything either. [Ubuntu 9.10 32bit, Flash]

Geertjan Wielenga replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 11:06am

So you can't see anything on at all? Then you should contact for assistance. That's where the video is found:

Movk Movk2 replied on Tue, 2009/10/27 - 11:56am

Usually this is Flash problem, Firefox is using other decoder. You may try to do one of those fixes (also applies to 32 bit):

Hantsy Bai replied on Wed, 2009/10/28 - 3:59am

My flash plugin is installed from the Adobe rpm repository.

It is not open source solution, so the url above is helpless for me .

This may be a general problem under linux, some other sites are also display blank erea on the flash vedio position.


Hantsy Bai replied on Wed, 2009/10/28 - 4:05am

Maybe I've found the reason,  this site which provides the vedio is blocked here( by some unbreakable power), like the,, etc...


Emilian Bold replied on Wed, 2009/11/04 - 10:51am

This is great stuff!  A bridge at module system level is a good start. What we need next are bridges for higher level APIs (for example the Java Model to reuse development modules).

After Sun's Glassfish developers picked OSGI instead of NetBeans Module System it was to be expected that NetBeans will support OSGI somehow and possibly migrate towards it. The two module systems are quite similar (minus the specific cornercase situations for each of them) but I'm glad we have Jaroslav Tulach implementing this. It's not as easy as he makes it appear.

I would say this also has a good stategic position in regard to the Oracle merger. Oracle already has noticed they were diluting their efforts by supporting too many IDEs and launched JSR 198 long ago. Not sure what came out of that but they will soon be in position to introduce better interoperability among IDEs.

Carla Brian replied on Tue, 2012/04/10 - 5:43pm

I've heard that it is a good application. I am new to this. I will practice more about this. Back to basics indeed. - Steven C. Wyer

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Matt Coleman replied on Tue, 2012/07/17 - 1:28am

thanks for adding the links above..i needed more information about it

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Lyza Carmen replied on Sat, 2012/11/17 - 10:04pm

 I'm impressed. Thanks for sharing that video.


Edward Villanueva replied on Sun, 2012/11/25 - 11:44pm

Thanks for the information. I'm also going to check those related links.

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