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When is 'optional' really optional? - Tim Ward

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OSGi Community Event 2013 (http://www.osgi.org/CommunityEvent2013/Schedule) ...

OSGi Community Event 2013 (http://www.osgi.org/CommunityEvent2013/Schedule)

Lightning Talk

ABSTRACT
OSGi has an excellent, flexible dependency model and enables loosely coupled interactions between bundles via the service registry. Most of the time this is easy to reason about, but having optional dependencies can sometimes lead to surprising results. This talk will highlight the issues you might come across if you start playing with optional dependencies.

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