|Re: Use ExtendedObjectSupplier for pure @Inject annotations? [message #901562 is a reply to message #901561]
||Mon, 13 August 2012 12:20
| Marcel Bruch
Registered: July 2009
FWIW, I'm looking for ways how to migrate from Guice to e4 to make use of the dynamics of, for instance, @Preferences and the like.
Unfortunately, it seems to be "not as easy as I hoped" We have complex object data structures we assemble with Guice. For instantiating object graphs in e4 we use our own ExtensionFactory. It would be nice if registering an "elsewhere created" object with the e4 DI container would be possible. Then I may be able to get updates from the e4 DI container (for preferences updates for instance) but may continue assembling my objects using Guice.
Regarding the (implicit) question why I need two frameworks:
Converting Guice Modules to some kind of e4 configuration would be ultimate goal as soon as e4 supports generics properly and maybe offers a nice DI configuration interface. I don't have to rely on Guice in Eclipse 4.
Thanks for the comments
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