> Thomas, why do you think that deferred binding is fail?
First, you'll have to GWT.create() something to trigger your code
generator. It would then have to be triggered before you GWT.create()
your RequestFactory for the RequestFactoryGenerator to see the
generated files. Last but not least, you'll have to code against your
"generated records" (RequestFactory "requests" will probably use those
records; and if you instead generate the RequestFactory, your calling
code will have to deal with the records).
Deferred binding is about generating concrete implementations for
already defined interfaces; here you want to generate interfaces,
which cannot be done at compile-time (like deferred binding) because
you need to code against them.
You might find a way to make it work, but annotation processors would
probably also require less code and convolutions, as it's a tool made
for this job!
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