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From "Peter Neubauer" <pe...@neubauer.se>
Subject Re: Which OSGi plugin to bet on?
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2006 15:08:10 GMT
great, we will take a look at the BND plugin!


On 11/30/06, Peter Kriens <Peter.Kriens@aqute.biz> wrote:
> There are no outstanding issues as far as I know.
> If you use the new plugin as you would use the old plugin, there would
> have been no bugs. This bnd plugin has considerably more horse power. The
> plugin allows you to control the manifest headers in very fine grained
> detail, something that was not possible with the old. Most errors we
> found were actually verification issues, the plugin was sometimes a
> bit too pedantic and overzealous in checking.
> So I would definitely go for the bnd based plugin, I promise to fix
> anything quickly when you run into an issue.
> Kind regards,
>      Peter Kriens
> PN> Hi gang,
> PN> we are wondering which Maven OSGi plugin we should bet on when
> PN> starting to make some changes to support things like Require-Bundle
> PN> statements etc from the POM? Peters BND sounds very nice but it seems
> PN> the older one is more stable etc etc.
> PN> Cheers
> PN> /peter
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