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From "Carsten Ziegeler (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (SLING-8417) Review Feature Analyser imports
Date Fri, 07 Jun 2019 11:14:01 GMT


Carsten Ziegeler commented on SLING-8417:

This is the current list of imports and exports
  javax.json                             {version=[1.1,2)}                      {version=[1.1,2)}
  org.apache.commons.text                {version=[1.6,2)}
  org.apache.commons.text.lookup         {version=[1.6,2)}               {version=[0.2,1)}      {version=[1.0,2)} {version=[1.0,1.1)}       {version=[0.2,1)}   {version=[1.0,2)}
  org.osgi.framework                     {version=[1.8,2)}
  org.osgi.resource                      {version=[1.0,2)}
  org.slf4j                              {version=[1.7,2)}
Export-Package      {version=1.0.0, imported-as=[1.0,2)} {version=1.0.0, imported-as=[1.0,1.1)}       {version=1.0.0}   {version=1.0.0, imported-as=[1.0,2)}

> Review Feature Analyser imports
> -------------------------------
>                 Key: SLING-8417
>                 URL:
>             Project: Sling
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Feature Model
>    Affects Versions: Feature Model Analyser 1.0.2
>            Reporter: David Bosschaert
>            Priority: Major
>             Fix For: Feature Model Analyser 1.0.4
> As reported by [~klcodanr]: 
> Do you expect these bundles to start in a vanilla Sling instance? I checked
> the latest snapshot and it failed to start due to the following missing
> dependencies:
> Failed to start, current state: Installed
> Imports in error state:
> ERROR: org.apache.commons.text,version=[1.6,2) -- Cannot be resolved
> ERROR: org.apache.commons.text.lookup,version=[1.6,2) -- Cannot be resolved
> Failed to start, current state: Installed
> Imports in error state:
> ERROR: org.apache.johnzon.core -- Cannot be resolved
> ERROR: org.osgi.util.converter,version=[1.0,2) -- Cannot be resolved
> Response from [~cziegeler]:
> I think it's fine if these modules require additional bundles like 
> commons text or the converter to be installed.
> The only one that worries me is the johnzon import. We should look at it 
> for the next release. We can continue with this release as the main 
> usage of most of these modules is in tooling at build time atm.

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