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From nodje <nodje...@gmail.com>
Subject [commons-vfs] Using a unique FileSystemManager instance???
Date Tue, 13 Oct 2009 04:08:32 GMT

Hi,
is it safe to use a unique FileSystemManager implementation instance for an
application?
I understand it's static, and that there are no need for having several
instances.
I'd like to configure a FileSystemManager as a Spring singleton and inject
it in classes that needs it.

Is there anything wrong with that way of doing?

cheers
-nodje
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