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Re: [orbit-dev] Adding an Eclipse OSGi bundle to Orbit

IMHO this could work. But then target definition in the ide differs to the build. We used a similar approach years ago in NatTable and I wrote a blog post about it.

Gunnar Wagenknecht <gunnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> schrieb am So., 5. Juli 2020, 15:38:
I think adding it explicitly to Orbit is strange.

However, given that EBR uses Tycho, would it be possible to consume Microprofile as Maven dependency and make Tycho consider POM dependencies in addition to target definition files?


Gunnar Wagenknecht

> On Jul 4, 2020, at 19:20, Carsten Reckord <reckord@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Orbit devs,
> I have a strange one on my hands here, and I'm wondering how to proceed. I'm in the process of adding the RESTeasy library to Orbit, which is mostly business as usual, with one exception: RESTeasy depends on Eclipse MicroProfile Config, and that's what I'm currently scratching my head at.
> The thing is that the jars produced by MicroProfile are already OSGi bundles, but the project doesn't publish an update site for their content, they only publish via Maven Central. So I think I should add it to Orbit to be able to consume it in my other Orbit artifacts, even though it's not third-party content. However:
>       • On the IP/CQ front, I assume that since it is an Eclipse project, I don't need a CQ - but what do I do with the ip_log.xml then?
>       • Since it already is a valid OSGi bundle, I'm wondering if (and how) I should just consume it unchanged - going the usual EBR route will inadvertently produce a (slightly) different bundle, not sure if that is what we want.
> Any pointers on how to proceed with this?
> Best,
> Carsten
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