[cdi-dev] CDI-26 feedback
John D. Ament
john.d.ament at gmail.com
Wed May 27 08:57:29 EDT 2015
Neither was lost, just not in scope for us to get EDR1 out the door.
1. Antoine just now raised a separate issue.
2. EDR1 infers that only a single CDI instance is associated to a
CDIProvider (so they're 1:1). We can move this after EDR1.
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 5:21 AM Jozef Hartinger <jharting at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to raise several concerns with the CDI-26 resolution that I
> either forgot to raise before or were lost in the process.
> 1) Bean discovery in SE
> I was under the impression that the task to define bean discovery for SE
> was postponed post EDR1 yet the PR for CDI-26 that has been merged defines
> bean discovery in SE explicitly
> I am concerned about the way it is defined currently as it requires that
> the CDI implementation eagerly loads/scans each and every class found on
> the classpath during initialization. Due to performance implications of
> this I am convinced that this is not the desired behavior. It may be useful
> to support this for some use-cases with e.g. a special container mode but I
> doubt this should be the default behavior for CDI in SE. Let's not forget
> to fix this.
> 2) CDIProvider.isInitialized()
> First of all, good job on removing the constraints, preventing multiple
> parallel container support, from the API. One missing piece seems to be
> CDIProvider.isInitialized(). The JavaDoc says: " Determines whether or not
> this CDIProvider has been initialized or not"
> My understanding is that it is supposed to indicate whether a CDI object
> is in initialized state yet or whether it has been shut down. If my
> understanding is correct then this method should probably be moved to the
> CDI class instead. Due to the possible 1-to-n mapping between CDI and
> CDIProvider it's not correct to have this method on CDIProvider
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