Alright, this is a bit of a loaded question, but what is the proper way to do transitive dependencies in p2?
The basic scenario:
Team A publishes feature A hosted at http://example/features/a-feature/site
Feature A depends on feature B hosted at http://example/features/b-feature/site
Team C would like to consume feature A by, say, adding the a-feature/site to its Target Platform. But Team C shouldn't have to know about all of A's dependencies including B feature.
Is there any sort of metadata that could be included in the a-feature/site that could reference the b-feature/site? That way p2 could go to A and follow it to B to resolve A's dependencies? How would you add this metadata?
Or does p2 simply not support this functionality?
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