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Disadvantages of Dependency Inversion?

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Nowadays, DI (Dependency Inversion) is one of the widely used design
pattern.
It provides several benefits, such as (1) loose coupling between
component (2) effective and easy testing (component testing or unit
testing)

What are the drawbacks or disadvantages of using DI?

Thank you very much for your answer in advance.

Jun 8 '07 #1
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sw**********@gmail.com wrote:
Nowadays, DI (Dependency Inversion) is one of the widely used design
pattern.
It provides several benefits, such as (1) loose coupling between
component (2) effective and easy testing (component testing or unit
testing)

What are the drawbacks or disadvantages of using DI?

Thank you very much for your answer in advance.
Are you in the right newsgroup? I can't find "dependency inversion"
anywhere in the C++ Standard... Just asking...
Jun 8 '07 #2

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On 2007-06-08 20:50, sw**********@gmail.com wrote:
Nowadays, DI (Dependency Inversion) is one of the widely used design
pattern.
It provides several benefits, such as (1) loose coupling between
component (2) effective and easy testing (component testing or unit
testing)

What are the drawbacks or disadvantages of using DI?

Thank you very much for your answer in advance.
This has nothing to to with C++ (per se), so you'd be better of asking
in comp.programming or comp.pbject or some such group.

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Erik Wikström
Jun 8 '07 #3

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