[hibernate-dev] Hibernate Search DSL ideas
nsurtani at redhat.com
Fri Nov 20 06:31:12 EST 2009
I was just thinking last night about a couple of things about the DSL.
Mainly, instead of having lots of return types, for example you
created a BooleanContext and a Negatable version if the Occur clause
was MUST. I was wondering, instead of having separate contexts, is it
easier to have one - and then if a user calls a buildQuery() without
sufficient information to actually build one we throw an exception?
I think this is cleaner in some ways because we don't have to create
so many different types of class, and we're always returning the same
instance. However, the drawback is that by this method we "allow the
user to make a mistake" and will be needing to throw exceptions. So
here's where the discussion starts - what are pros/cons of each system
and which wind up being a better one to build? Personally, I think
having a single class context is better because 1 - it's simpler to
build and 2 - as long as classes are documented properly and
exceptions thrown are clear as to what the issue is then we're okay.
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