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Re: Re: [equinox-dev] RequiresBundle, ImportPackage and virtual providers
- From: "Neil Bartlett" <neil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 14:55:40 +0100
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I guess that without the Service Layer you're at least doing no worse
than a conventional pre-JSR-291 application. Ie to avoid explicit
dependencies on implementation classes, you have to use something like
a Service Locator pattern or a dependency injector such as Spring.
Post-291, developers will still have to find a solution to the
problem, and there is nothing to stop them using OSGi Service Layer.
However this "lowest common denominator" approach is a little