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Switch to using OSGi nomenclature #46

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jeffdiclemente opened this Issue Oct 7, 2015 · 1 comment

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jeffdiclemente commented Oct 7, 2015

We want to be consistent with OSGi in every way which makes sense in the native C++ world. One of these ways is nomenclature/terminology.

All terminology within CppMicroServices (code and documentation) should be changed to use OSGi nomenclature, where applicable.

Some examples:

CppMicroServices 2.1.0 terminology OSGi terminology
us::Module::Start() us::Bundle::Start()
us::Module::Stop() us::Bundle::Stop()
us::ModuleActivator::Load() us::BundleActivator::Start()
us::ModuleActivator::UnLoad() us::BundleActivator::Stop()
us::ModuleContext::InstallBundle(...) us::BundleContext::InstallBundle(...)

*See jeffidiclemente#1 for historical information.

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Move CppMicroServices to use OSGi nomenclature where appropriate.
Closes #46

Signed-off-by: The MathWorks, Inc. Roy.Lurie@mathworks.com
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jeffdiclemente Oct 19, 2015

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PR #48 merged into development
Closing.

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jeffdiclemente commented Oct 19, 2015

PR #48 merged into development
Closing.

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