The option is not needed. It even can introduce some fishy behaviour when it accidentally wraps new dependencies who we think are already bundles. (this has hidden the previous bugfix btw. (EVIL)
Before maven-jar-plugin created its own MANIFEST (standard, no osgi headers). This effectively took out the MANIFEST created by the Bundlor plugin. Now we point maven-jar-plugin to the effective, bundlor created location. I am not totally sure who to blame for this. Either Bundlor is not working proberly with other plugin participants, or the aspectj plugin does somehow affect the manifest. Either way, this fix now uses the correct manifest.
…atibility Conflicts: examples/src/test/java/org/neo4j/examples/osgi/OSGiTest.java
…o sdn-compatibility Conflicts: examples/src/test/java/org/neo4j/examples/osgi/OSGiTest.java
Added an extra Main "Server" entry point that adds a gogo shell to play with the test subject interactively. Added a SDNTest that uses the standard Pax Exam JUnit API to run customized code (representing the "test") instead of the Pax Exam Player.
Commented out tests that are not within the current objective (to speed up the problem space. Problem remains with Log Message: https://gist.github.com/1564686