# Eclipse runtime configuration file
# This file contains a number of key/value pairs that are merged into the
# System properties on system startup. The values control the way the
# runtime is structured and runs.
# Note: Only platform:/base/ and file: URLs are supported. In general the
# URLs given may include a version number (e.g., .../location_1.2.3).
# If a version is not specified, the system binds
# to the location which matches exactly or to the versioned location with the
# latest version number. If a version number is given then only exact matches
# are considered.
# The URL for the runtime entry point. The default value is
# The classpath for the framework found at the osgi.framework location. This
# comma-separated list contains either URLs or simple element names. Simple
# names are assumed to be relative to the framework's install directory.
# Typically this value need not be set as it is initialized by the framework itself.
# Version match searching is not done for URLs listed here.
# The comma-separated list of locations to search for the splash screen file (splash.bmp).
# For each list element a subdirectory structure based on the pattern nl/<locale> is searched.
# The system binds to the first matching file. There is no default value.
# The location of the splash screen file. If this value is set at system startup it is used
# in favour of the osgi.splashPath searching outlined above. If the value is not set
# the searching is done and this key is bound to the result of the search.
# The comma-separated list of bundles which are automatically installed and optionally started
# once the system is up and running. Each entry if of the form
# <URL | simple bundle location>[@ [<startlevel>] [":start"]]
# If the startlevel is omitted then the framework will use the default start level for the bundle.
# If the "start" tag is added then the bundle will be marked as started after being installed.
# Simple bundle locations are interepreted as relative to the framework's parent directory.
# The startlevel indicates the OSGi start level at which the bundle should run.
# The product to run. A given Eclipse configuration may contain many products.
# The product identified will supply the branding (window icons, title bar text) etc
# as well as define the default application to run.
# The application to run. The value specified here is the id of the application extension
# the runtime will find, instantiate and execute once the system is up. Note that typically
# the identified eclipse.product defines the default application to run.
# The build identifier
# End of file marker - must be here