Given that I also found “219. org.eclipse.rse.services.ssh” in your greediness report, I was confused (since that bundle doesn’t declare anything optional in
Could it be that the report blames the wrong bundle?
I just performed an “unzip –p …/releases/staging/content.jar | less” and I see that my 2 bundles are
“required optional with defaults” by
org.eclipse.dltk.rse.core so I believe that bundle is to blame in this case…
I am likely responsible for fixing the “7. Gnu.io” one which should definitely be non-greedy especially given
that we don’t ship it from Eclipse (it’s a “works-with” pre-req).
From: cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Dennis Hübner
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To: Cross project issues
Subject: Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Yet another nag note ... and, I mean it this time!
Still scores of projects that have not bothered to move to a current repo publisher so there are hundreds of incorrect "greediness" attributes.
Sure there are greedy optional dependencies in the repository, because it often just intended by projects. I don't understand, why are you talking about
incorrect greediness? "Not a default" it not the same as "wrong".
IMHO this  report is only useful for statistic purpose.
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Am 24.05.2012 um 06:40 schrieb David M Williams: