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Re: [orbit-dev] Adding an Eclipse OSGi bundle to Orbit
  • From: Carsten Reckord <reckord@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2020 18:24:41 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: [orbit-dev] Adding an Eclipse OSGi bundle to Orbit

> I also seem to remember that one of the concerns with the 
> pomDependencies=consider approach was whether the project also OSGI- 
> ified the sources, and if not, then having a separate approach for the 
> library and its sources could get complicated. Re-doing the metadata in 
> the osgi.bnd may seem excessive, but at least the approach is 
> consistent.

Alas, that just seems to be the case. I'll go the usual Orbit route for now then...

> Generally it's good to at least file a bug against the project to make 
> it clear that providing some kind of p2 repository is actually wanted. 
> This is basically what we did for certain Jackson/Jersey. If you look 
> the patch is just using p2-maven-plugin to do this.

Good idea, I'll file a bug against Jakarta EE.


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