Indeed I didn’t do this yet, because I wanted to find a cleaner solution than the patch I did for the 2.2.0 release…
But I would have hoped that the snapshot build doesn’t need it at all, because it didn’t need it before either
I’m using openHAB 2.3.0 Build $1149, but network binding still not work, I still get the error [org.openhab.binding.network] - Component descriptor entry ‘OSGI-INF/*.xml’ not found.
I uninstall the network binding and install it again and again, but still not work, I cannot find Network Binding in paper UI > inbox > “Scan for Things”.
Yes, I clear the tmp and cache folder and restart the service, uninstall the network binding and install it again, the network binding show in “bundle:list”, and still have
"[org.openhab.binding.network] - Component descriptor entry ‘OSGI-INF/*.xml’ not found."
then I try to set “network:pingdevice:iMac_State [ hostname=“192.168.0.6” ]” in the “things” file, but still not work.
may be I need to reinstall openhab2 and whole addon, but I don’t want to setting it up again.
so I’m give up use “network binding”, and use “Network Health Binding” now.
thanks your help.