Tag Archives: OSGi

Discuss the Future of Maven in Philadelphia


April 1, 2010 By
hloney

April 7, 2010 Sonatype is hosting a Maven Meetup in downtown Philadelphia ahead of Emerging Technology for the Enterprise.  Take part in presentations given by the developers who are building the Maven software you will be using in the future.  Registration is filling up fast, there are only a few seats left.  Learn about Apache […]

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Apache Maven Meetup Next Week!


March 29, 2010 By
hloney

It’s not too late to register for the Sonatype Maven Meetup taking place on April 7, 2010 ahead of Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise in Philadelphia.  Meet with Maven aficionados, sit in on presentations about Maven 3, Tycho, OSGi, Peaberry, and much more. Choose from a dozen different sessions throughout the day, presented by the […]

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Maven Tips and Tricks: Creating an OSGi Project with Maven


September 22, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

This post is a quick start guide to using the Maven PAX plugin to create OSGi project and start an OSGi runtime environment (Apache Felix). First, use the Maven Pax Plugin from OPS4J, and call the create-project goal. The following command-line will create a multi-module project with a groupId of org.sonatype.mhandbook, an artifactId of osgi-project, […]

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Introduction to OSGi with Pax, Maven, and Nexus Professional


July 20, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

We’ve released a pre-alpha version of the Maven Cookbook which contains a chapter on OSGi development with Maven via the Pax plugin from OPS4J. This chapter contains a series of recipes which will walk you through the process of creating an OSGi project, importing bundles from both a Maven repository and existing OSGi Bundle Repositories […]

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Maven: Integration and Distributed, Open Innovation


May 8, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Brian Murphy wrote a long blog post about the PAX Plugin which provides a good example of the power of Maven to act as an integration “bridge” between a number of unrelated technologies. In this post, Brian is using the PAX Maven Plugin from ops4j together with the gmaven-plugin and the maven-scala-plugin, he concludes with […]

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The Future of Maven & OSGi: Join the Tycho Users Mailing List!


March 9, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

From the very beginning we positioned [Tycho][1] as the tool for doing Eclipse/OSGi development with Maven. Even though Tycho originally focused on build automation, we think it is time to extend its functionality, as well as integrating it with other projects, to support the full Eclipse/OSGi application development lifecycle. Below is a preliminary list of […]

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Interview with Rich Seddon on m2eclipse Testing


February 24, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

In a previous post entitled m2e Roadmap, Jason discussed Sonatype’s commitment to quality and testing for m2eclipse. As a follow-up, I did a quick interview with Rich Seddon and asked him some questions about Sonatype’s approach to testing for Eclipse plugins. The interview is approximately five minutes long and in this interview, you’ll here Rich […]

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Building Eclipse Plugins with Maven: Tycho


November 7, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

Yesterday’s post was in response to a question from Anders Nawroth of the Neo4J effort, and today’s post is no different.  On Tuesday (or maybe it was Monday), Anders asked the neo4j-users list whether it made sense to build the neo4j eclipse plugin with Maven. I have looked into building Neoclipse using Maven, but at […]

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