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I have just joined this forum because it seems to be the best community for modular web development issues. My goal is to simplify modular web application development and as a first public step I have published some of my work on github (but not maven). What I created was a library which facilitates downloading and wrapping bundles using XML configuration files. These configuration files are modular and optimized for re-usability. For the most part these libraries are an XML front-end to the PAX URL project with a few major advantages since a single document can help manage, organize, and deploy hundreds of OSGI dependencies.

This technology is broken up into three projects (Needed by unit tests and provides an example of including OSGI dependencies from a project published on maven) (The core technology) (Handles updating of OSGI dependencies as a maven plugin)

I would like some feedback and suggestions for these projects. This project is very new and while I know the OSGI problems that I face I don't know what simplifications the OSGI development community is looking for. I suspect I may have even re-invented the wheel but I am unaware of a comparable technology.
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