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bushel

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OverviewBushel provides utility classes for Ant Ivy that allow a developer to use a directory of OSGi bundles as a dependency repository. It does this through a custom metadata parser that converts a MANIFEST.MF file into a valid ivy.xml. The aim is to assist IDE-free OSGi development and continuous ... [More] integration best practice. Current limitations are that Import-Package and Export-Package parameters in the manifest file are ignored, however Require-Bundle is honoured. ExampleThe Bushel example bundle is based on the Eclipse PDE/New Plug-in Project/OSGi Simple LogService Example. It includes all the Ant and Ivy scripts required to compile and run the bundle, and can be used as a template for your own project. To use the Ant script, you must provide the path to the Eclipse home dir (the parent dir of the plugins/ dir) using -Declipse.home=/path/to/eclipse. It provides the following targets: ant compile - Compile your bundle using Ivy to generate the classpath. ant bundle - Package your bundle jar ready for deployment. ant run - Run your bundle in equinox in console mode. Try ss, or diag 2, or help, and then finally close, to exit. TODOImport-Package/Export-Package support. Examples with other OSGi containers (Felix, Knoplerfish etc). Eclipse Update site support. Check out the project Issues for more detail. Usageivysettings.xml ivy.xml [Less]

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jmimic

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Have you ever had to depend on a slow or unreliable external service? It could be a remote server, or a native library performing intensive calculations. Are you sick of slow running integration tests in your continuous build cycle? Or are you sick of false-negatives, because some unreliable ... [More] external server is down again? The purpose of jmimic is to provide relief in the above situations by improving integration test speed, reliability and repeatability. jmimic is intended to be used when a handcrafted mock object is too complex, too inflexible, and just too much effort, but you still need to have tests! [Less]

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