Agreed but this approach of splitting things too much seems overly
complicated to me. Let's not tie the bean defining annotation definition
to the @Scope/@NormalScope meta-annotation presence. Let's instead say
that all normal scopes are bean defining annotations. It will then be
implicit that an annotation is a bean defining if either it is annotated
with @NormalScoped or is added as
BeforeBeanDiscovery.addScope(MyFirstScope.class,true,<true | false>)
On 03/19/2014 04:30 PM, Antoine Sabot-Durand wrote:
Im' back with the main subject of this MR.
To resolve CDI-377 we decided to exclude from the « Bean defining annotations » set, all
Pseudo Scope type (scope annotation having the meta annotation @Scope) except @Dependent.
So all normal scope annotation (built-in and user defined) are Bean Defining Annotation.
Now what about a normal scope added with :
1) BeforeBeanDiscovery.addScope(MyFirstScope.class,true,<true | false>) ?
And a pseudo scope added with :
2) BeforeBeanDiscovery.addScope(MySecondScope.class,false,<true | false>) ?
For me MyFirstScope (defined in 1) should be a bean defining annotation while
Any thought ?
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