Update of framework for declarative registration through annotations

I have committed an update to SezPoz, a library letting you register elements of an application (such as menu items in a GUI) declaratively using nothing but Java-language annotations.

The update provides support for JSR 269 in addition to JDK 5's APT; now you can use SezPoz with no special build steps so long as you compile under JDK 6's javac (or another 269-compatible compiler). In addition, it provides better support for incremental builds.

I would be interested in feedback from anyone who has been looking for a lightweight framework for registering features in a modular application.

Comments:

Jesse,
Hi. I'm exploring approaches to plugins/extensions, and I'm just starting to look a SezPoz. Your examples add MenuItems. I'm also interested in adding control panels and interdependencies among plugins. (I'm re-architecting an instrument control and image acquisition system that potentially has numerous devices connected to it.) Any thoughts?
Are there other examples that you have that I might look at?
Thanks,
Grant

Posted by Grant Harris on August 03, 2008 at 06:41 AM EDT #

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