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Pandora used in dotless and moved to GitHub

Posted by Daniel Hölbling on November 23, 2009

Pandora, my personal IoC Container (mostly written for educational purposes) has recently been integrated into dotless. This has helped us improve the design of dotless without having to take on a big dependency like Windsor or StructureMap.

I chose to implement Pandora through the Common Service Locator interface by Microsoft, so if we ever feel restricted by Pandora we can easily switch to a more potent container without touching the actual dotless code.

This step also made me bring the Pandora repository from mercurial to git with some help from Horst. He was kind enough to run hg-fast-import for me.

Pandora can now be found on GitHub with a similar build process as dotless and elms-connector.

Pandora on GitHub

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