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From "Oleg Kalnichevski (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (HTTPCORE-222) HttpCore OSGi bundle should not import the org.apache.http.* package
Date Wed, 17 Mar 2010 11:10:27 GMT

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Oleg Kalnichevski commented on HTTPCORE-222:
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Very bizarre. Version 4.1 is not referenced anywhere in the pom. I have no idea why Felix
bundle plugin generates those entries in the first place. This looks awfully like a bug in
the bundle plugin to me. 

Your patch fixes the problem with bogus imports, However, all those packages get listed in
the Ignore-Package section of the manifest.
{code}
Ignore-Package: org.apache.http.impl.entity,org.apache.http.message,or
 g.apache.http.io,org.apache.http.impl.nio,org.apache.http.protocol,or
 g.apache.http.impl.io,org.apache.http.impl,org.apache.http.params,org
 .apache.http.entity,org.apache.http.impl.nio.codecs,org.apache.http.i
 mpl.nio.reactor,org.apache.http.impl.nio.ssl,org.apache.http.nio.util
 ,org.apache.http.nio,org.apache.http.nio.params,org.apache.http.nio.r
 eactor,org.apache.http.nio.protocol,org.apache.http.util,org.apache.h
 ttp.nio.entity,org.apache.http
{code}
I do not know if this is harmless or if could lead to some other side effects. 

I will try to contact Felix folks and see what their opinion on the problem is.

Oleg

> HttpCore OSGi bundle should not import the org.apache.http.* package
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HTTPCORE-222
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HTTPCORE-222
>             Project: HttpComponents HttpCore
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: HttpCore
>            Reporter: Willem Jiang
>         Attachments: httpcore-osgi.patch
>
>
> Current http-core-osgi OSGi META-INF has these import package, 
> {code}
> Import-Package: javax.net.ssl,org.apache.http;version="4.1",org.apache
>  .http.entity;version="4.1",org.apache.http.impl;version="4.1",org.apa
>  che.http.impl.entity;version="4.1",org.apache.http.impl.io;version="4
>  .1",org.apache.http.impl.nio;version="4.1",org.apache.http.impl.nio.c
>  odecs;version="4.1",org.apache.http.impl.nio.reactor;version="4.1",or
>  g.apache.http.impl.nio.ssl;version="4.1",org.apache.http.io;version="
>  4.1",org.apache.http.message;version="4.1",org.apache.http.nio;versio
>  n="4.1",org.apache.http.nio.entity;version="4.1",org.apache.http.nio.
>  params;version="4.1",org.apache.http.nio.protocol;version="4.1",org.a
>  pache.http.nio.reactor;version="4.1",org.apache.http.nio.util;version
>  ="4.1",org.apache.http.params;version="4.1",org.apache.http.protocol;
>  version="4.1",org.apache.http.util;version="4.1"
> {code}
> when you install the bundle, the OSGi container will complain the error about
> " can't resolve the package xxx".
> If there is a http-core-osgi 4.1 bundle installed in the OSGI container, 
> some strange error will happen, as the bundle didn't import itself.
> So we need to avoid the bundle import itself, and it's important to support 
> install the multi-version of http-core-osgi.

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