Hi,

I just tried it and it works for me. With bndtools it is important that
you don't mix up the the bnd workspace with the eclipse workspace. I
suggest to use the following directory structure with bndtools:

project
|-bnd workspace
|-eclipse workspace

So, for example create a directory named examples. Then clone the
examples into that directory. You would end up with
examples/osgi.enroute.examples. The open eclipse and create a new
workspace in examples, which results in examples/eclipse-workspace. Then
use import existing projects, point it to osgi.enroute.examples and
select all projects.

Am 09.02.2018 um 10:58 schrieb Nikhil Chilwant via osgi-dev:
> Hi,
>
> I am using https://github.com/osgi/osgi.enroute.examples to learn OSGi. 
>
> I imported all projects to my Bndtools workspace. Except
> for /osgi.enroute.examples.webserver.application/, all projects are
> fine. It shows error:
>
> Project 'osgi.enroute.examples.webserver.application' is missing
> required Java project: 'osgi.enroute.example'
>
> I already have /osgi.enroute.example/ project in the workspace. It
> seems that all other projects also use it. 
>
> Why can't /osgi.enroute.examples.webserver.application/ find it? Also,
> do other projects depend on osgi.enroute.example? If yes, why?
>
> I am using Bndtools 3.3.0 (latest version has issues with
> OSGi-enroute) on windows 7, Eclipse Oxygen 2 IDE (4.7.2), Java 8.
>
>
>
> -- 
> Regards,
> Nikhil Chilwant
>
>
>
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