Simple Spring-inspired IoC framework for Python.
Ricochet - IoC simplified
This is still in concept stage. No implementation exists yet
Ricochet is designed to be an architectural design framework for Python applications which utilises inversion of control. Built with the aim of making complex designs simpler to implement, this framework will allow you to specify dependencies between components in a simple way and allow the framework to handle wiring the references together.
It is designed to be simple, easy to learn, fast to use, but powerful when you need it, and aims to provide utilities for wiring up a Python application using tagged components (similar to Java annotations) and configuration classes. The recoil runner context will then manage dependency injection for you on startup, creating singletons of each class you tag.
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