Thursday, February 28, 2013

Re: GWT dev mode and GIN and dependency injection in general

I believe you're right. If you "mess" with DI stuff (for example add a new parameter to a constructor annotated with @Inject) the code will break when you reload. You have to rebuild the project at that point. I believe this is due to gin using generators which are not triggered on reload. 

You should update your GIN version ;-) With GIN 2.0 you can simply reload the page and nothing will break when you have changed dependencies in constructors, etc. or you have changed bindings in your GinModule.

-- J.

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