|[virgo-dev] plans for the bundlor toolset|
Hello - I hope that I am posting this to the right place.
I am interested in the bundlor tool; I don't yet know much about the Virgo project as a whole. My first question is the extent to which the eclipse team plans to support this tool in the future. It seems a bit hidden in the Virgo project web page (though I did get a downloaded copy somewhere).
My second question is about importing exported packages. This appears to be good OSGi practice (http://www.osgi.org/blog/2007/04/importance-of-exporting-nd-importing.html for example) and it has helped me on occasion from getting separate versions of the same class in an OSGi framework instance. However I didn't figure out how to make this happen. In addition there is place in the bundlor-1.1.0.M03 documentation that suggests that bundlor regards importing exports as an error:
My final question is whether you would consider adding some newlines to the generated manifest to make it a bit easier to read. In particular, I believe that you don't need to wait for character 72 to use a newline and a space in a manifest. If this is correct then I think it would be useful if the manifest was just a bit easier to read (it isn't worth working too hard on this). I admit that the manifest is a generated file but sometimes when debugging the manifest it would be nice to read it a bit more easily.