Kevin Gilpin (JIRA | 8 Nov 17:18 2007
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[jira] Created: (HIVEMIND-210) Problem contributing to EagerLoad with annotation module

Problem contributing to EagerLoad with annotation module
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                 Key: HIVEMIND-210
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HIVEMIND-210
             Project: HiveMind
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: annotations
    Affects Versions: 2.0-alpha-1
            Reporter: Kevin Gilpin

I've defined an annotation module. I define a service and contribute it to the EagerLoad configuration
point, but EagerLoad throws a ClassCastException. If I define the contribution in an XML file, it works.
The relevant code is included below.

Module
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package com.praxeon.search.service;

import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.List;

import org.apache.hivemind.annotations.AbstractAnnotatedModule;
import org.apache.hivemind.annotations.definition.Configuration ;
import org.apache.hivemind.annotations.definition.Contribution;
import org.apache.hivemind.annotations.definition.Module;
import org.apache.hivemind.annotations.definition.Service;

import com.praxeon.api.index.IndexHome ;
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Kevin Gilpin (JIRA | 8 Nov 17:20 2007
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[jira] Created: (HIVEMIND-211) RegistryBuilder.constructRegistry calls itself

RegistryBuilder.constructRegistry calls itself
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                 Key: HIVEMIND-211
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HIVEMIND-211
             Project: HiveMind
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: framework
    Affects Versions: 2.0-alpha-1
            Reporter: Kevin Gilpin

This method calls itself

line 128:    public Registry constructRegistry()
    {
        return constructRegistry();
    }

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James Carman | 12 Nov 18:07 2007

Board Report?

Anyone have anything to add?

"The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the last 3 months."

Martin van den Bemt | 12 Nov 18:21 2007
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Re: Board Report?

It would probably also be good to give a reason for the inactivity (if there isn't one, just say so
too)..

Mvgr,
Martin

James Carman wrote:
> Anyone have anything to add?
> 
> "The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the last 3 months."
> 
> 

James Carman | 13 Nov 17:07 2007

HiveMind Board Report - November 2007

The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the past three
months.  Howard removed his name from the HiveMind JIRA issues
assigned to him.  A few new JIRA issues have been entered, but no work
has been done on them, since we really have no active developers.
There has been some interest from Tapestry users in some of the
HiveMind-based libraries (hibernate, acegi, etc.) that I've written in
the past.

Jili Lv | 15 Nov 10:59 2007
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Re: HiveMind Board Report - November 2007

I think the Hivemind has some good and bad features.

good:

1. static module
  1.1 to Spring, it's a good feature,and very important
  1.2 to OSGi, it's sample
2. contribution
  oh, contribution better than service to expansion

bad:

1. hibernate intergration
2. full  enterprise stack suport

I use hivetranse for my project, but it's not well-know.

some new features may be can add to hivemind1.1,,such as:
1. service implement version control(override)
2. template service factory proxy(services has same
interface,field...but implemention difference)

make HindMind active?

2007/11/14, James Carman <james <at> carmanconsulting.com>:
> The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the past three
> months.  Howard removed his name from the HiveMind JIRA issues
> assigned to him.  A few new JIRA issues have been entered, but no work
> has been done on them, since we really have no active developers.
> There has been some interest from Tapestry users in some of the
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Zenberg | 19 Nov 05:05 2007
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Re: HiveMind Board Report - November 2007


Let's reactive the project.

How can I join the development team?

James Carman wrote:
> 
> The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the past three
> months.  Howard removed his name from the HiveMind JIRA issues
> assigned to him.  A few new JIRA issues have been entered, but no work
> has been done on them, since we really have no active developers.
> There has been some interest from Tapestry users in some of the
> HiveMind-based libraries (hibernate, acegi, etc.) that I've written in
> the past.
> 
> 

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James Carman | 19 Nov 12:26 2007

Re: HiveMind Board Report - November 2007

A good start would be to submit patches to JIRA issues.

On 11/18/07, Zenberg <zenberg.ding <at> gmail.com> wrote:
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> Let's reactive the project.
>
> How can I join the development team?
>
>
> James Carman wrote:
> >
> > The HiveMind project has remained quite inactive during the past three
> > months.  Howard removed his name from the HiveMind JIRA issues
> > assigned to him.  A few new JIRA issues have been entered, but no work
> > has been done on them, since we really have no active developers.
> > There has been some interest from Tapestry users in some of the
> > HiveMind-based libraries (hibernate, acegi, etc.) that I've written in
> > the past.
> >
> >
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Johan Lindquist | 22 Nov 15:44 2007
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Re: HiveMind Board Report - November 2007


Hi James,

With quite a few open issues already, would it be worthwhile calling for
people to vote on the issues people feel are important?  That way, if it
at all works out, at least there is an indication as to what could be in
a future release?  Would allow people to focus their efforts somewhat
should they want to provide patches.

Also, a while ago, we had a talk about Hivemind and the fact that the
released version of it (1.1.1) does not have "proper" maven pom's
associated with it .. Some work was made in order to release 1.1.2
(achim and myself updated some docs to prepare the site for maven 2.0).
   But i think, due to time constraints by the commiters, this effort
fizzled out a little and was never applied.  That their time is limited
is of course fully understandable, but would be nice to move the project
forward, be it one small step at a time.

Cheers,

Johan

James Carman wrote:
> A good start would be to submit patches to JIRA issues.
> 
> On 11/18/07, Zenberg <zenberg.ding <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Let's reactive the project.
>>
>> How can I join the development team?
>>
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