JRuby already has OSGi metadata

Posted on December 11, 2008 by Tommy McGuire
Labels: eclipse virgo, software development, ruby, osgi, java
I just noticed that the jruby.jar created by the default ant tasks already has the OSGi metadata. Unfortunately, the jruby-complete jar (needed by warble and the JRuby on Rails .war files) does not.

According to the bug, the metadata was needed for Glassfish v3.

[I just packed off a patch to JRuby's build.xml to jruby-user to OSGify jruby-complete "the same way" as jruby.jar. (Is that too many senses of "to" in less than two sentences?)]
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