Tom integrating karaf development and bndtools development has been tricky
but it is getting better.  Karaf development is centered around Mavens
build process while bndtools is centered around a custom workspace in cnf.
This release bndtools will be supporting maven and you can see the latest
post here!topic/bndtools-users/VcQ2rsb--Pk
You can see how to include karaf features in a bndrun file in Christians
examples here and the new cxf
example.  What I do in my build is I include a features.bnd file where I
map karaf features to bndrun runrequires/runbundles statements and I
include that in my bndrun files.  I have to separately maintain my
features.bnd and my features.xml.  I do this so I can build both a single
jar deployable and run in karaf and pax-exam.  Although the mixing of the
two build processes is hard it is becoming easier by the day.

On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 7:45 AM, <> wrote:

> I'm really struggling to get my bundles installed in Karaf, so I'd
> appreciate
> some hints on how to diagnose some issues. I'm trying to do a
> feature:install of
> a features.xml file I've written to install my bundles.
> My latest is:
> missing requirement osgi.wiring.package;
> filter:="(&(osgi.wiring.package=osgi.enroute.dto.api)(
> version>=1.0.0)(!(version>=2.0.0)))"
> [caused by: Unable to resolve osgi.enroute.base.api [62](R 62.0): missing
> requirement [osgi.enroute.base.api [62](R 62.0)] osgi.unresolvable;
> (&(must.not.resolve=*)(!(must.not.resolve=*)))]]]
> My interpretation of this is that I've got conflicting versions of
> something. I
> have no idea what, nor to figure out what the cause is.
> Up to now I've always just been using bndtools in eclipse (and the bundles
> I'm
> installing all work fine there), my first experience of Karaf was
> yesterday, so
> beyond what I've read in the docs, I know nothing about what useful
> commands
> there might be to help me diagnose. I don't even know how I would list
> what I've
> currently got installed that might satisfy osgi.enroute.dto.api or
> osgi.enroute.base.api.
> Any hints would be much appreciated.
> This seems to be extraordinarily more complicated that "resolve" in
> bndtools, or
> am I being naive?
> Thanks.

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