I just published a new #java
project to github.
It's quite small, took me a day, including getting the idea for it.
Skip this if you don't do java or Spring it won't make any sense.
We configure resource bundles in Spring. And we sometimes have dependent jar files that contain resource bundles. We have to find and configure them too.
Well, this finds them for you...sort of, and configures them.
There isn't much to it but I hate cluttering my config with unnecessary stuff, especially stuff I have to document to enable people to use what I have built. Easier to have it all just happen automatically. And it does now.
By 'sort of' I mean you have to tell Spring to component scan the dependent jar file packages, but you had to do that anyway. So now that scan also gets you the resource bundles for no extra effort.
Apache licensed so use freely.