injeqt 1.0.1-1 source package in Ubuntu


injeqt (1.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release (Closes: #792170)

 -- Patryk Cisek <email address hidden>  Sun, 12 Jul 2015 16:16:07 +0200

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libinjeqt0: Dependency injection framework for Qt

 Dependency injection is an implementation of inverse of control and can be
 used to increase program modularity and extendability. In general it also
 results in more testable source code.
 There is a lot of dependency injection frameworks for bytecode based
 languages like Java and C#, for instance Guice and Spring. C++ lacks
 reflection facilities that make dependency injection so powerful in these
 Injeqt is an attempt to build a powerful and reliable dependency injection
 framework on Qt's reflection based on MOC (meta-object compiler). For
 version 0.1 some basic features were implemented.
 This package contains the library.