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From niklas modin <>
Subject Re: [scxml] Need for JSF
Date Wed, 17 Nov 2010 17:46:34 GMT

Looking at the manifest for scxml, it seems like all optional maven 
dependencies along
with the required ones, all gets translated into an entry under the 
Import-Package: part.

AFAIK, I don't think there is a notion for optional dependency injection 
in OSGi, so I guess
that means that all dependencies are in fact required for an OSGi 

Not sure how to proceed here, but seems that also deploying JSF and all 
dependencies is what I need to do.

Another quick Q:

Are there any plans for a 0.10 release ?


On 11/16/2010 2:23 PM, Rahul Akolkar wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 4:53 PM, niklas modin<>  wrote:
>>   Hi,
>> I'm trying to get SC XML up and running in an equinox OSGi environment, and
>> I'm having some dependencies issues.
>> What's the reason for having a dependency to myfaces-api ? This isn't a big
>> issue per say I guess, but it just seems
>> like that drag's in a lot of dependencies, and can't really see what JSF is
>> used for.
> <snip/>
> You are indeed correct that most applications that use Commons SCXML
> may be unrelated to JSF (and some of the other optional dependencies
> as well).
> Commons SCXML has three required dependencies, which are listed at the
> top of this page:
> Note that the others are optional. In addition, the JSF API is meant
> to be "provided" (by the environment).
> If the OSGi related headers in the release jar file don't reflect this
> correctly, then they should.
> -Rahul
>> Cheers,
>> Niklas
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