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 . . more files between Android and iPhone.Q: Simple Guice question Say I have the following code: class MyClass { public void setFoo(Foo foo) { foo.setBar(this); } } What's the proper way to use Guice to set that up? Here's what I've got so far: class MyModule extends AbstractModule { @Override protected void configure() { bind(Foo.class).to(MyClass.class).in(Singleton.class); } Are there simpler ways to do this? For example, I have a chain of composition where I bind Foo to MyClass like so: @Inject private Foo foo; public void setFoo(Foo foo) { foo.setBar(this); class Foo { private MyClass myClass; public void setBar(MyClass myClass) { this.myClass = myClass; Any suggestions? Thanks! A: You can use an AbstractModule, that will be applied to every class that has the following static method : public abstract class AbstractModule { public abstract void bind(Object o); Note : this static method is used to bind all instance of your classes. I'm not sure I understand what you're asking. Can you explain what "that" refers to? But if you're trying to say that you have a setter injection problem, I agree with the accepted answer. But a simple approach is to use constructor injection (via constructor or setter) and look for ways to avoid singleton. It looks like you want your class to be singleton, but you want it to be a dependent injection. In other words, you want your class to be in a collection of other instances of itself. This is done with an abstract class: class AbstractSingletonModule extends AbstractModule { @Override




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