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Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Sat, 24 Mar 2007 13:15:17 -0400

You are irresponsibly misrepresenting the complexity of Spring XML. Have you written a Spring-based app? It's dead simple. I know of no Spring developers who complain about writing or maintaining Spring XML.
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Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Thu, 22 Mar 2007 01:32:33 -0400

Oops. Goggle -> Google. Damn...no edit.



Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Thu, 22 Mar 2007 01:28:48 -0400

Do you have an example of where an annotation won't work?

Sure. Couldn't think of a simple abstract scenario so stating one from the domain I work with. I might be interfacing with multiple Foreign...



Re: Spring vs Guice

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 13:07:23 -0400

Spring metadata != XML. You have the possibility to wire everything using Java.


I'd just assume not write it at all, like Guice. ;)
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Re: Spring vs Guice

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 11:56:39 -0400

Spring metadata != XML. You have the possibility to wire everything using Java.
I'd just assume not write it at all, like Guice. ;)



Re: Google Guice, A Java Dependency Injection Framework

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 11:53:44 -0400

For developers who have become accustomed to using Spring's transaction management and support classes such as Hibernate Template (and being given the correct Session for the open transaction), what is the Guice way? Coarse grained...



Re: Google Guice, A Java Dependency Injection Framework

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 04:55:35 -0400

A better way of asking that might be: For developers who use a larger part of Spring than just IoC is there any assistance given by Guice to help them move away?



Re: Spring vs Guice

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 04:54:50 -0400

I think the thing that would stop me from using Guice annotations inside of XFire/CXF is that it would force us to have a hard dependency on Guice. The nice thing about XML is that it can be completely isolated in its own module....



Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 04:51:38 -0400

Thanks for the additional thought. Yes, I did not have AOP in mind, and yes, it is indeed an important use case. I can certainly imagine a lot of the interfaces could perhaps have only one implementation leading to @ImplementedBy being a...



Re: Google Guice, A Java Dependency Injection Framework

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 04:48:51 -0400

For developers who have become accustomed to using Spring's transaction management and support classes such as Hibernate Template (and being given the correct Session for the open transaction), what is the Guice way? Coarse grained transactions in a...



Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 03:34:19 -0400

And I stress the conditional if, you get it? It's just like the "if" in the Java language, which I know for sure you understand it's semantics, right? :-).

Regards,
Jan
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Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Wed, 14 Mar 2007 12:21:00 -0400

Do you have an example of where an annotation won't work?
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Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Wed, 14 Mar 2007 11:19:35 -0400

You are forgetting about the whole area of AOP. With AOP interfaces get a slightly different purpose, as an "object" does not implement one interface but rather in the range of 10-15 or more, depending on the situation (that's our typical...



Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Wed, 14 Mar 2007 09:58:05 -0400

Rickard,

Quoting the AOP usecase as the basis of the generalization you made on Interfaces and their implementations earlier here on this thread looks weak to me. After all how many enterprise developers use AOP? Again, if...



Re: My jripes (oops gripes) with guice

Wed, 14 Mar 2007 06:41:04 -0400

Rickard,

Quoting the AOP usecase as the basis of the generalization you made on Interfaces and their implementations earlier here on this thread looks weak to me. After all how many enterprise developers use AOP? Again, if that...