|E4 contexts and injection decouple. [message #896540]
||Wed, 18 July 2012 14:57
| Shumy Missing name
Registered: March 2010
Location: Aveiro, Portugal
I was trying to build a application with an eclipse product.|
My intention was not to use the complete e4 framework (I use extensions, not the e4xmi).
I only need to add objects to the IEclipseContext, and use the injection libs.
But getting IEclipseContext from E4Workbench.getServiceContext() ties my project to the
org.eclipse.e4.ui.workbench bundle, and with that allot of other dependencies I don't want (emf, com.ibm.icu, e4). Makes my project large and heavy for what I want.
Eclipse context and dependency injection is a good functionality that IMHO could be decoupled from the e4 framework.
It seams to me that for using eclipse contexts and DI I need to use all the e4 framework. But I have to say honestly, I don't like it.
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