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From Howard Lewis Ship <hls...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: GoF-Naming: Isn't the AdapterRegistryFactory a StrategyRegistryFactory [Virus checked]
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2005 14:57:30 GMT
I think you may be right!  I hate to go through the process of
renaming it (again), but it may be the right thing to do.


On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 09:44:29 +0100,
Michael.Frericks@sparkassen-informatik.de
<Michael.Frericks@sparkassen-informatik.de> wrote:
> I really like HiveMind and its support of patterns
> you get from the PipelineFactory, ChainFactory,
> AdapterRegistryFactory and others.
> 
> First time i tried the AdapterRegistryFactory i got a
> little bit confused with zhe naming. Before that i used
> a self-written HiveMind-Service comparable to the
> eclipse  AdapterFactory.
> 
> public interface AdapterFactory
> {
>       public Object getAdapter(Object adaptableObject, Class adapterType);
> }
> 
> I exptected the AdapterRegistryFactory to do the same.
> But in IMHO the AdapterRegistryFactory behaves like a
> StrategyRegistryFactory due to the GoF-Naming.
> 
> And one specialized use of the StrategyRegistryFactory
> is to create a service with a service interface like
> AdapterFactory.
> 
> Does anyone except me see the need to rename the thing?
> 
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