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  • v0.4 Changes

    June 22, 2014

    Constrictor injection with injected macros. Here is an example if it's usage: bind [Users] to injected [UserService].

    ๐Ÿ‘ Only Scala version 2.11 is supported from now on (mostly because of the macros)

    Conditions are now composed together with and if applied several times for the same binding with when block:

    when (inDevMode or inTestMode) {
      bind [Database] to new Riak
      bind [PaymentService] to new MockPaymentService
  • v0.3.2 Changes

    April 24, 2014
    • ๐Ÿ›  Minor bugfix in raw property injector
  • v0.3.1 Changes

    April 23, 2014
    • โž• Added support for scala 2.11 (cross-compiling with 2.10 and 2.11)
    • Small clean-up of Injectable

      • Dropped several inject method overloads in order to make it work with 2.11. In most cases you will not notice any difference. If you are using vararg version of inject that takes the seq of identifies as an argument, then you need to rewrite it with standard inject DSL and use and to provide several identifiers. Here is an example: ``` // don't work anymore inject [Database] ('local, 'db)

      // use this syntax instead inject [Database] ('local and 'db)

      // or this one inject [Database] (identified by 'local and 'db)

      * Dropped `injectWithDefault` in favour of existing `inject` DSL. So if you want to provide a default for the binding,
        then please use this syntax instead:

      inject [Database] (by default new Riak)

  • v0.3 Changes

    March 02, 2014
    • ๐Ÿ”ง GroupId is changed to org.scaldi. So if you want to include it in the project, you need to use following configuration now: libraryDependencies += "org.scaldi" %% "scaldi" % "0.3"
    • Using Scala 2.10 reflection API under the hood. This will allow to bind and inject things like lists and functions by type. For example: ``` bind [(Int, Int) => Int] to ((a: Int, b: Int) => a + b) bind [List[Int]] to List(1, 2, 3)

    val adder = inject [(Int, Int) => Int] val ints = inject [List[Int]]

    * โšก๏ธ Updated SBT build to 0.13.1
    * Now you can also use `injectProvider` instead of `inject`. It will give back a function `() => T`, which you can use
      to inject value elsewhere. It can be useful for provider bindings (which are creating new instances each time you inject them)
      or conditional binding which also can give different objects each time you inject.
    * ๐Ÿšš `CreationHelper` utility object is removed.
    * โž• Added binding lifecycle. Now you can add `initWith` and `destroyWith` functions to the bindings:

    bind [Server] to new LifecycleServer initWith (.init()) destroyWith (.terminate())

      Mutable `Injector`s also got `destroy` method which you can call explicitly or, if you forgot to do this, it would be
      called on JVM shutdown automatically.
    * `inject` will now make sure during the compilation time, that provided binding class is inferred correctly (in other words it's not `Nothing`)