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Re: [jakartaee-platform-dev] about the status of atinject
- From: Raymond Auge <raymond.auge@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 May 2019 00:31:36 -0400
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+1 for forking
+1 for keeping it separate
Modularity is best!
Would atinject retain independent spec or do you want include in CDI
Personality, i prefer first solution. CDI remain a solution top of DI.
Other implementation could use DI of JakartaEE (Spring, Guice, ...)
Before we fork jsr330, couldn't we ask to maintainer of project to
transfer jsr330 to JakartaEE ?
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Le 09/05/2019 19:31, Mark Struberg a ÃcritÂ:
> Good afternoon!
> Had an interesting discussion with David Blevins today.
> It seems that atinject (JSR-330) is not part of the JavaEE donation
> from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation.
> This is likely correct as Oracle doesn't own any IP in javax.inject -
> except the name 'java' in javax.
> All the rest of the work is owned by the community which drove
> atinject. That is Bob Lee, Gavin King, Paul Hammant, JÃrgen HÃller
> maybe. I was loosely involved on the CDI side of the fence, so I
> roughly remember the people involved but likely misse some.
> Main point: ALL the work (javadocs, code, 'spec') is Apache License v2
> licensed. So it is all perfectly fine to be forked.
> Why would we like to fork javax.inject?
> In the CDI spec we always wanted to further harmonise things. Like
> bringing the @Nonbinding annotation over to atinject (where it belongs
> to, also already talked to Spring guys about it). Or enhance the
> @Scope annotation.
> Atinject is a very core spec to JakartaEE. And neither Oracle (they
> don't touch anything they fully own) nor we (due to 'java' in the
> packagename) could enhance not a tiny bit in atinject.
> So do we also want to move javax.inject to jakarta.inject while we're
> at it?
> So far I'd strongly favour it.
> What do others think?
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