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Re: [equinox-dev] bundle builds using Maven
- From: "Stuart McCulloch" <stuart.mcculloch@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 10:18:21 +0800
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On 17/05/07, Aaron Siri <Aaron.Siri@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for the replies. I realized what I was doing wrong. You must call
"mvn install" for it to properly build. "mvn compile" (which I was trying to
use) doesn't place the dependencies in the local repo for the dependant
modules to build from.
yep, I've seen a lot of people hit the same problem when using maven to
build OSGi bundles, so I try to get people used to 'mvn install' in tutorials.
Yes, Eclipse/maven building is a pain. So far the PST maven plugin is
working for us (with a few tweaks to their sources). I'm experienced with
the PDE tools but wanted to keep things as pure OSGi as possible.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:equinox-dev-
> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Stuart McCulloch
> Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 8:22 PM
> To: Equinox development mailing list
> Subject: Re: [equinox-dev] bundle builds using Maven
> Hi Aaron,
> On 15/05/07, Aaron Siri <Aaron.Siri@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> > My organization has been attempting to use the Maven build process as
> > described in the "Building Eclipse Plugins with Maven 2" by the
> > Softech guys to build a set of Equinox/OSGi bundles (not Eclipse
> > I've successfully gotten a single bundle to build but am having
> > with cross-bundle dependencies. I have an aggregator/super-pom that
> > contains two modules - A and B. B, as defined in the manifest,
> depends on
> > A. A builds fine, but when B attempts to build it can't find A to
> > against. Is this situation supposed to work?
> > I've made a slight modification to the Princeton Softech Maven plugin
> > uses the bundle package "prefix" as the group Id (i.e.
> > com.company.product.bundle would use "com.companyu.product" as the
> > id.) When the build errors out due to failed dependency resolution
> it is
> > looking for the artifact that I would expect it to (group id and
> artifact id
> > look correct.)
> I haven't used the PST plugin myself, but you might want to check the
> manifest has a version for module B, and also that module B has been
> correctly installed in the Maven repository.
> > The compilation can resolve the Equinox (3.3M7) bundles from the
> > (using the group id change described above) and can find the
> artifacts in
> > the repo without issue. It is just this cross-module building issue
> > I'm having.
> > A related question I have is what is the common method of building
> > bundles? Do most people just use the PDE tools included in Eclipse?
> A lot of people just use the PDE tooling, but there are other options
> like Peter Kriens' BND tool which can be used as an Eclipse plugin
> (see http://www.aqute.biz/Code/Bnd) and is also available in Maven
> using the maven-bundle-plugin from the Apache Felix project.
> Personally, I use my own set of scripts to simplify creating bundles
> (see http://wiki.ops4j.org/confluence/display/ops4j/Pax+Construct).
> These scripts take a different approach to PST, in that dependencies
> must be specified in the Maven poms and the manifest is generated
> from the code and the BND directives. Eclipse integration is minimal
> at the moment, but is being actively improved.
> > -Aaron
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> Cheers, Stuart
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