Bamboo plugin fails to resolve with springframework POM dependency

I'm pretty much a n00b with both Spring and Atlassian plugin development, so perhaps I'm just doing something wrong, but here's a simple way to reproduce my scenario:

  1. I created a new bamboo plugin using the atlas-create-bamboo-plugin command in version 6.2.14 of the SDK.
  2. The only change I made was to set bamboo.version and to 5.15.3 in the pom.xml
  3. I ran 'atlas-debug' to start up a local server, and verified that the plugin is resolved and loaded.
  4. I added a single dependency in my pom.xml:
    <scope>provided</scope> </dependency>
  5. I recompiled/packaged the plugin with 'atlas-package'.
  6. The plugin compiled, but failed to load, and the Felix console at /bamboo/plugins/servlet/system/console/bundles shows a large number of unresolved OSGi imports for my plugin.

The goal here is to be able to use Spring's RestTemplate to connect to an external service.

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