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From Micael <>
Subject RE: [OT] Use of Static Methods
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 17:16:36 GMT
I am still downloading, but at first blush, it looks as if Johnson's 
context object is also a singleton?

At 04:45 PM 7/10/03 +0200, you wrote:
> > This sounds a lot like the ServiceLocator pattern.
> >
>But ServiceLocator uses Singleton. Have a look the following link at page 126
>Here the author is talking about an object that doesn't need to be singleton.
>That is the difference. At least as i understood it :)
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