Bundlor has been sitting on M6 for a while now.
When can we expect a new revision?
The major issue we are facing is web apps, where spring context files not in the default location (i.e. META-INF/spring) never scanned.
Placing files in META-INF/spring triggers double application context creation, one by dm-extender and second by DispatcherServlet. (we are working with dm-server 2.0)
I played with SNAPSHOT and that seems to address the part of scanning all xml files.
There are still number of issues with Maven plugin:
1. POM projects are not skipped
2. Generated MANIFEST.MF is not picked up by maven archiver. Need to do extra config to tell maven that we really, really, really want to use our generated MANIFEST.MF. Maven does not care that MANIFEST.MF is present in classes/META-INF, it just creates its own. This is more of a maven issue than bundlor, but listing anyway.
3. Not all of them maven poms are out there to be pulled down. I know we are dealing with SNAPSHOT, but still . Example: