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Java example source code file (BindingScopingVisitor.java)

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package com.google.inject.spi;

import com.google.inject.Scope;

import java.lang.annotation.Annotation;

 * Visits each of the strategies used to scope an injection.
 * @param <V> any type to be returned by the visit method. Use {@link Void} with
 *     {@code return null} if no return type is needed.
 * @since 2.0
public interface BindingScopingVisitor<V> {

   * Visit an eager singleton or single instance. This scope strategy is found on both module and
   * injector bindings.
  V visitEagerSingleton();

   * Visit a scope instance. This scope strategy is found on both module and injector bindings.
  V visitScope(Scope scope);

   * Visit a scope annotation. This scope strategy is found only on module bindings. The instance
   * that implements this scope is registered by {@link com.google.inject.Binder#bindScope(Class,
   * Scope) Binder.bindScope()}.
  V visitScopeAnnotation(Class<? extends Annotation> scopeAnnotation);

   * Visit an unspecified or unscoped strategy. On a module, this strategy indicates that the
   * injector should use scoping annotations to find a scope. On an injector, it indicates that
   * no scope is applied to the binding. An unscoped binding will behave like a scoped one when it
   * is linked to a scoped binding.
  V visitNoScoping();

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