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and they contain packages, but OSGi defines additional metadata along with a runtime system to support encapsulation and contracts at that level. Java 9 addresses the lack of deployable modules in a … module concept just a "module". This does not mean that methods, classes and packages stop being modules! A J9 "module" is just another instantiation of the module concept. Like OSGi bundles, J9 modules …
answered Mar 23 '16 by Neil Bartlett