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Author: Peter Bell (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: November 2, 2010 11:41 PM
Version: 0.71
Views: 127,126
Downloads: 3,381
License: Apache License, Version 2

Description:

A very lightweight Direct Injection/IoC engine for directly injecting dependencies into singletons AND transient business object.

LightWire is optimized to create transient objects as well as singletons and allows for programmatic AS WELL AS XML configuration.

It is the lightweight DI framework for people who'd like to put more logic in their beans and less in their service layer.

Supports proper constructor, setter and mixin injection options as well as a simple self describing option for mixin injections (ghetto annotations) added provisionally in 0.62.

[update 2/26/2010] Just fixed an error with handling of placeholders in XML config files as found and patched by John Whish:
http://www.aliaspooryorik.com/blog/index.cfm/e/posts.details/post/lightwire-xml-placeholder-bug-255
Thanks John!

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Requirements:

Only tested on Windows CFMX 7.0.2. Testers for Linux, Mac, earlier versions and Blue Dragon would be appreciated!

No other requirements and should work fine on shared hosting.

[update] Have been told it works on BD.

Issue Tracker:

ID ISSUE STATUS UPDATED
2 Compatability issue with Coldspring .xml file Open 05/15/10 11:33 AM
1 Setter Dependency Issue? Open 01/08/10 2:29 PM

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