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From Eric MacAdie <e...@MacAdie.net>
Subject Re: Container/DI
Date Thu, 06 Aug 2009 19:31:23 GMT
Regarding your J2EE comment: I am running James on a VPS account with 
about 300 MB of memory. So I do not want something too memory intensive. 
Perhaps Pico or Guice would be better if they are smaller.

Eric MacAdie
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Norman Maurer wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> so what was the last conclusion about the "next" used Container/DI
> Framework ? I think I remember something like Spring/ServiceMix ? What
> we want to use ? Is there some final decission ? During my work on
> Hupa I used Guice which is really a nice slim DI-Framework. Maybe it
> worth to think on Guice too. I think it just depends what we want to
> use from the framework, if its just DI Guice is a nice choice. If we
> want to use some more J2EE stuff, spring is the way to go IMHO. This
> would at least give use some more stuff like TransactionManagement
> etc..
>
> Bye,
> Norman
>
>
>   


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