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From aledsage <>
Subject [GitHub] brooklyn-server issue #884: Add brooklyn-cli as a feature to karaf
Date Tue, 07 Nov 2017 21:54:15 GMT
Github user aledsage commented on the issue:
    Turns out this might only be working because of an error in
- there's a missing comma, so this seems to behave the same as `<Import-Package>!*</ImportPackage>`.
The `org.apache.brooklyn.cli` OSGi bundle has no `Import-Package` in its manifest!
    If it did generate that correctly, then it would include an import package dependency
on ``, which comes from `brooklyn-camp`. The order the features
are declared means it might try to install `brooklyn-cli` before `brooklyn-camp`, so its dependencies
wouldn't resolve. Or maybe it would all be fine, with karaf correctly figuring out all the
dependencies at startup.
    However, the fundamentally concern is that there is no reason to include the `brooklyn-cli`
module in karaf. Its java code is pretty-much unusable (we've excluded the `airlift` package
import because that is not in karaf).
    If we're just doing this to get the contents of its, maybe we should move
its somewhere else instead.
    As was discussed on the mailing list previously, we agreed to delete from production-code
the brooklyn classic mode (i.e. the `Main` class way of launching brooklyn that is in `brooklyn-cli`).
The suggestion was to move it to tests-only so developers could still launch it from their
IDE if they really wanted. Therefore it would be nice to consider the `brooklyn-cli` module
as deprecated.
    Thoughts @Graeme-Miller @ahgittin @tbouron?


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