Trying it out here if there may be more response
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Roy Teeuwen <r...@teeuwen.be>
> Subject: Updating OSGI weaving hooks at runtime
> Date: 5 August 2020 at 08:49:09 CEST
> To: Apache Felix Developer List <d...@felix.apache.org>
> Hey devs,
> I found a repo with some weaving hooks examples
> even though it is pretty old) and found it interesting. What I would like to
> try out is to mimick the behaviour of Rookout ( https://www.rookout.com/
> <https://www.rookout.com/> ). Rookout allows (read-only) debugging of a
> production instance by adding a java agent that is able to get object field
> values at runtime without attaching a real java remote debugging instance.
> How I would like to mimick this is by creating an OSGi Weaving Hook, based on
> the LogMethodCallsHook class, that would allow you to create an OSGi weaving
> hook at runtime by creating for example an OSGi configuration factory that
> registers a weaving hook for a class with a method in a specific bundle. Do
> you see this feasible? Is it possible to register a weaving hook without
> having to reload the entire bundle again and going through the Activator
> method again?
> I already had a comment from the repo owner himself and he doesn’t think its
> feasable but he gave me the remark to ask here as well!