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  2. FELIX-3498

BundleInputStream is not able to handle bundles that only have a MANIFEST.MF entry

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      Description

      When trying to deploy a bundle that only has a MANIFEST.MF, BundleInputStream throws a stack overflow exception. The issue is that it is not able to handle the case where there are no entries besides META-INF/MANIFEST.MF

      The bug can be traced back to

      BundleInputStream::read()
      // Stuff
      if (m_content.hasMoreElements())

      { // More stuff }

      and it should be

      if (m_content.hasMoreElements()){ // More stuff }

      else

      { m_output.close(); m_output = null; }

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        Lucas Galfaso added a comment -

        The bundle in question is a framework fragment that exposes a package that is part of the JVM

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        Lucas Galfaso added a comment - The bundle in question is a framework fragment that exposes a package that is part of the JVM
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        Karl Pauls added a comment -

        Good catch. I'll try to get to it soon.

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        Karl Pauls added a comment - Good catch. I'll try to get to it soon.
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        Karl Pauls added a comment -

        fixed in trunk r1365527. Please close if it works for you.

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        Karl Pauls added a comment - fixed in trunk r1365527. Please close if it works for you.
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        Lucas Galfaso added a comment -

        The patch fixed the issue

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        Lucas Galfaso added a comment - The patch fixed the issue

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          • Assignee:
            Karl Pauls
            Reporter:
            Lucas Galfaso
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