Sometimes when you work with OSGI container outside of Exlipse, you want to have access to dependencies for a given bundle. This information is hidden within the bundle in "META-INF/MANIFEST.MF" file. By analyzing "Bundle-Version", "Import-Package", "Export-Package" attributes we can understand which dependencies are required.
Unfortunately, this work is tedious and here we'll look for the way how to make it easier. I wrote groovy script that takes OSGI bundle and eclipse home as input parameters and produces maven dependencies (with "system" scope) section. It could be used along with "maven-ant-tasks" library for "ant" scripts or, after small modification with ant directly.
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