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From "Luca Stancapiano (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (LUCENE-3167) Make lucene/solr a OSGI bundle through Ant
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2011 23:51:10 GMT


Luca Stancapiano commented on LUCENE-3167:

Hi Stewen

I've done the timing adding the two tstamp properties, so if you start ant will see in the
log something as:

Time starting for the build of 10:55.50.186
Time ending for the build of 10:55.51.821

The time for each module changes from 1 to a mx of 5 seconds according the number of dependencies
during the compilation.

About the second point you must not care about the wars because war and jar are read in the
same manner in a OSGI repository. External utilities can add jobs to recognize Servlet, EJB
or other javaee components but this work is delegated to the OSGI repository.

I've told about javaee containers and I'm sure you know them. 
A package (jar or war) containing the OSGI informations is called 'bundle'.  

So, don't care about the war. They will be deployed without problems in a OSGI repository!!

> Make lucene/solr a OSGI bundle through Ant
> ------------------------------------------
>                 Key: LUCENE-3167
>                 URL:
>             Project: Lucene - Java
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>         Environment: bndtools
>            Reporter: Luca Stancapiano
>         Attachments: LUCENE-3167.patch, lucene_trunk.patch, lucene_trunk.patch
> We need to make a bundle thriugh Ant, so the binary can be published and no more need
the download of the sources. Actually to get a OSGI bundle we need to use maven tools and
build the sources. Here the reference for the creation of the OSGI bundle through Maven:
> Bndtools could be used inside Ant

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