Alan.Bateman at oracle.com
Sat Dec 5 09:49:25 UTC 2015
On 04/12/2015 19:10, Peter Levart wrote:
> You would have to invoke jodaBeansModule.addRead(guavaModule); from
> your org.joda.beans code before 1st use of any guava type. In
> Addition, you would have to ensure guava is part of runtime
> configuration - either implicitly by some module in your configuration
> requiring guava or explicitly by adding "-addmodule guava" to the java
> launcher command line.
Yes, that's right, there is enough to support all the scenarios. The
use-guava-if-it-happens-to-be-there scenario is somewhat awkward though
as it would means using -addmods. On the other hand, the
use-guava-if-someone-hands-me-a-guava-type scenario is straight-forward,
it just means reading the module at run-time (easy).
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