Provided by: bnd_3.5.0-3_all
bnd - Create and diagnose OSGi bundles.
bnd [general-options] [cmd] [cmd-options] bnd [general-options] <file>.jar bnd [general-options] <file>.bnd
The bnd tool helps you create and diagnose OSGi bundles. The key functions are: * Show the manifest and JAR contents of a bundle * Wrap a JAR so that it becomes a bundle * Create a Bundle from a specification and a class path * Verify the validity of the manifest entries
--failok Same as the property --failok. The current run will create a JAR file even if there were errors. --exceptions Will print the exception when the software has ran into a bad exception and bails out. Normally only a message is printed. For debugging or diagnostic reasons, the exception stack trace can be very helpful. -f, --full Do full -p, --project <string> Identify another project -t, --test Build for test -o, --output <string> Specify the output file path. The default is output.jar in the current directory
Available commands: action - Execute an action on a repo, or if no name is give, list the actions add - Add a workspace, or a project or a plugin to the workspace baseline - Compare a newer bundle to a baselined bundle and provide versioning advice bash - Generate autocompletion file for bash bnd - The swiss army tool for OSGi bootstrap - Interactive gogo shell bsn2url - From a set of bsns, create a list of urls if found in the repo build - Build a project. This will create the jars defined in the bnd.bnd and sub-builders. buildx - Build project, is deprecated but here for backward compatibility bump - Bumps the version of a project changes - Show the changes in this release of bnd clean - Clean a project compile - Compile a project or the workspace convert - Converter to different formats copy - create - Create jar, used to support backward compatible java jar commands debug - Show a lot of info about the project you're in defaults - deliverables - Show all deliverables from this workspace. with their current version and path. diff - Diff jars digest - Digests a number of files do - Execute a file based on its extension. Supported extensions are: bnd (build), bndrun (run), and jar (print) eclipse - Show info about the current directory's eclipse project ees - Show the Execution Environments of a JAR enroute - OSGi enRoute commands to maintain bnd workspaces (create workspace, add project, etc) export - extract - Extract files from a JAR file, equivalent jar command x[vf] (syntax supported) find - Go through the exports and/or imports and match the given exports/imports globs. If they match, print the file, package and version. flatten - Flatten a bundle by expanding all entries on the Bundle-ClassPath grep - Grep the manifest of bundles/jar files. info - Show key project variables junit - Test a project with plain JUnit macro - Show macro value maven - Maven bundle command nexus - package - Package a bnd or bndrun file into a single jar that executes with java -jar <>.jar plugins - print - Printout the JAR profile - Profile management. A profile is a JAR that only contains packages and capabilities project - Execute a Project action, or if no parms given, show information about the project release - Release this project remote - remove - Remove a project or a plugin from the workspace repo - Manage the repositories resolve - run - Run a project in the OSGi launcher runtests - Run OSGi tests and create report schema - Highly specialized function to create an overview of package deltas in ees select - Helps finding information in a set of JARs by filtering on manifest data and printing out selected information. settings - Set bnd/jpm global variables source - Merge a binary jar with its sources. It is possible to specify source path sync - Execute a Project action, or if no parms given, show information about the project syntax - Access the internal bnd database of keywords and options test - Test a project according to an OSGi test type - List files int a JAR file, equivalent jar command t[vf] (syntax supported) verify - Verify jars version - Show version information about bnd view - View a resource from a JAR file. wrap - Wrap a jar xref - Show a cross references for all classes in a set of jars.