[Red5] standalone, embedded, and...?
chris at kerb.co.uk
Fri Oct 3 01:11:46 PDT 2008
On Fri, 2008-10-03 at 02:48 +0200, Enrico Weigelt wrote:
> > heh, well, that's one angle. i do love the dependency injection though,
> > that certainly makes life a lot easier.
> Well, DI has nothing to do with AOP, besides you can use AOP for DI.
yeah i know that, i was just saying i like the DI aspect to spring, it
makes for 'cleaner' code IMHO :) surely there must be a reason why red5
is built on spring anyway?
> > > I've started a few minor things, eg. move out some pieces and
> > > built them independently.
> > is this likely to lead to a scenario as i described? (being able to
> > start a server programatically - ideally as a spring bean - without all
> > the webapp loader stuff)?
> Yes, and no. There will be several servers. And standalone one, an
> spring-based one, an xyz-based one, ...
> 99% of the code lies in libraries. The server is just an kind of
> main() class ;-p
awesome, that sounds absolutely brilliant :) thanks in advance!
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