I noticed @Model isn't in the packaging section.
If we do keep it (I think it's worth keeping, but I won't cry if we don't),
I suggest it go in javax.annotation.
My reasoning: the built-in ScopeTypes are packaged with ScopeType, the
built-in DeploymentTypes are packaged with @DeploymentType, and the built-in
BindingTypes are packaged with @BindingType. So it would be consistent to
package @Model, a built-in Stereotype, with @Stereotype.
On the other hand, @Interceptor and @Decorator are also Stereotypes, and
they're not packaged with @Stereotype. But they're special, so I don't mind
them breaking this pattern.
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:16 PM, Gavin King <gavin(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
OK, here's a new draft that incorporates Mike's feedback
less) and some reorg.
Please ignore the previous draft and review this one. This is more or
less what I'll be submitting.
On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Gavin King <gavin(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
> Hi folks, here's the latest, incorporating:
> * New name: Java Contexts and Dependency Injection
> * Repackaging
> * Aggregated namespages 9.2 (please review!)
> * Standard schema location 9.3 (please review!)
> * Notes regarding open issues in appendix A, chapter 3 and chapter 9
> I still need to incorporate Mike's changes to chapter 1.
> I will submit this spec to the JCP in about 12 hours from now!
> Please let me know ASAP of any problems!
> Gavin King
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