honestly, I don't understand your point ;)
You have an "uber" bundle containing packages, and this bundle is in a feature.
This feature can be used as an inner feature.
So what's the point ?
On 08/05/2016 02:03 PM, Benson Margulies wrote:
Folks, I wonder if someone else has found a way out of this.
Consider a project that builds an OSGi bundle by aggregating some
non-OSGi jar Maven dependencies. Those dependencies are in the
dependency tree of the resulting bundle.
Now, consider what happens if you generate a feature to contain that
bundle. You can carefully exclude artifactIds to ensure that these
embedded jars do not show up in the feature.xml as 'wrap' bundles.
However, there are still in the dependency graph of the feature itself.
So, when you write a dependency _on the feature_ to incorporate that
feature in a larger system, now the non-OSGi bundles are back in the
picture. You then have to write Maven <exclusions> for them all over again.
If I wrote a patch to the karaf-maven-plugin to exclude non-feature
dependencies of features, would some committer commit it?
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