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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Karaf-Max assembly
Date Wed, 04 May 2011 06:18:00 GMT
I understand that. What I meant is that you setup your distro in a place 
with internet connection and then bring the distribution zip into the 
closed environment.


Am 03.05.2011 22:56, schrieb Achim Nierbeck:
> Hi Christian,
> well the scenario Mike is talking of you are not able to download your
> dependencies at all.
> There are certain environments where you merely don't get the desired
> downloads,
> especially with maven.
> so yes I can understand and support the idea of building an additional
> distro including all
> optional features.
> regards, Achim
>> Hi Mike,
>> while this is sure possible it would be quite big. Especially if you
>> also would include other projects like camel or activemq.
>> Instead I propose to add some commands to karaf to download
>> dependencies to the sytem dir. So the user could load karaf. Add the
>> feature url he needs and with some simple commands download them to
>> the system dir. Then he can zip the distro again and use it in the
>> closed environment.
>> I think that would be much more flexible.
>> Christian
>> Am 03.05.2011 20:46, schrieb mikevan:
>>> For folks developing applications to deploy into Karaf on closed
>>> networks, it
>>> is not always feasable to be able to download all the optional
>>> packages for
>>> which we have optional console commands.  I'm thinking web:, http:,
>>> obr:,
>>> and the like.
>>> I propse we create a new assembly for karaf that will include all of the
>>> optional bundles in the system directory for use in closed-networks.
>>> After
>>> talking about this topic on IRC it seems that many of us developing on
>>> closed networks have created work-arounds for this.  Because there
>>> are so
>>> many work-arounds, perhaps its time to have a single Karaf-Max
>>> deployment
>>> that contains all of the optional bundles for karaf.
>>> If it helps, I can write it... :-)
>>> -----
>>> Mike Van (aka karafman)
>>> Karaf Team (Contributor)
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