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From Hadrian Zbarcea <>
Subject Re: camel-jms w/o spring?
Date Sat, 22 Oct 2011 13:00:29 GMT
Christian, what about apache-commons? I suspect the guys there would 
support such an initiative. Let's discuss first what exactly we'd want 
in the project and cross check with other communities like cxf.


On 10/22/2011 01:46 AM, Christian Schneider wrote:
> In CXF there is the similar dependency on spring jms features.
> As we see a move to blueprint and other DI frameworks by users it makes
> sense to not depend on spring.
> On the other hand spring provides some good features we build on.
> So I think it makes sense to create an apache project outside camel and
> cxf to provide these functions.
> Christian
> Am 13.07.2011 06:19, schrieb Jason Dillon:
>> Is there an alternative to camel-jms which doesn't depend on spring?
>> Looks like using camel-jms pulls in most of the core spring
>> dependencies... a pity when an application is not using spring itself
>> (say instead using Guice instead).
>> I've not tried it yet, but I'm assuming that it will work outside of
>> spring (ie. not booting the app+camel context up in a real spring
>> container)... so its really just extra unneeded bytes laying around in
>> the jvm that bother me.
>> --jason

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