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Re: [tycho-user] Bundles with internal jars

There are couple of ways to do this.

As explained by others, you can manage bundle manifest and
build.properties by hand, but use maven-dependency-plugin to pull actual
jars during generate-resources build lifecycle phase.

You can also use maven-bundle-plugin with <Embed-Dependency> instruction
to both download the jars and generate bundle manifest for the project.
Although this won't be a "Tycho" project, you still will be able to
reference it from Tycho projects as explained in [1]


[1] https://docs.sonatype.org/display/TYCHO/Dependency+on+pom-first+artifacts


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Regards,
Igor

On 11-05-13 07:02 AM, Joerg Erdmenger wrote:
Maybe I wasn't clear enough: what I'd like to achieve is the following:

I have a bundle project which -let's say - has a libs folder and adds
those libs to its Bundle-ClassPath. Now ideally I'd like to have these
libs managed by maven and have them packaged in the final build artefact.

Jörg

2011/5/13 <jonathan.x.buck@xxxxxxxx <mailto:jonathan.x.buck@xxxxxxxx>>

    In my experience you don't need to do anything specific or special to
    achieve this... Tycho simply uses the eclipse files such as the Manifest
    and build.properties to generate the artifacts so as long as those files
    are set-up correctly and you have a pom which specifies the
    packaging type
    as 'eclipse-plugin' it should generate the plugin correctly...

    Regards
    Jon





      From:       Davy Meers <davymeers@xxxxxxxxxxx
    <mailto:davymeers@xxxxxxxxxxx>>

      To: <tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>>

      Date:       13/05/2011 09:22

      Subject:    Re: [tycho-user] Bundles with internal jars

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Hello,

    I do not have a lot of  maven and tycho experience either, but the
    following could be one way to achieve it:

    You can use the goal "copy" of the dependency maven plugin (
    http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-dependency-plugin/copy-mojo.html)
    to
    copy an artifact from the repository to a defined location.
    You probably need to bind that plugin to the generate-resources
    phase and
    reference the location where the artifacts are copied from within your
    build.properties.

    Note: i do not know if eclipse / m2eclipse is able to handle this
    situation.

    Regards,
    Davy



    Date: Fri, 13 May 2011 09:54:49 +0200
    From: joerge@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:joerge@xxxxxxxxx>
    To: tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>
    Subject: [tycho-user] Bundles with internal jars

    I'm new to tycho, though I have some maven experience. In my company
    we are
    currently evaluating moving our builds to tycho. Now we have some
    bundles
    that for various reasons carry some jars within them, rather then using
    their classes via OSGI dependencies.
    Now here is the question: would it be possible to dependeny resolve
    these
    jars via maven in the build alongside using tycho to drive the main OSGI
    bundle build?
    I've looked through the samples and searched the mailing list but
    couldn't
    find any pointers to any such scenario. I'd be more than happy to get a
    quick indication whether something like this is at all possible or
    whether
    something like this is deemed so silly as to avoid it under all
    circumstances.
    Thanks in advance

    Jörg

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