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package com.google.inject.spi;

import com.google.inject.TypeLiteral;

 * Listens for Guice to encounter injectable types. If a given type has its constructor injected in
 * one situation but only its methods and fields injected in another, Guice will notify this
 * listener once.
 * <p>Useful for extra type checking, {@linkplain TypeEncounter#register(InjectionListener)
 * registering injection listeners}, and {@linkplain TypeEncounter#bindInterceptor(
 * com.google.inject.matcher.Matcher, org.aopalliance.intercept.MethodInterceptor[])
 * binding method interceptors}.
 * @since 2.0
public interface TypeListener {

   * Invoked when Guice encounters a new type eligible for constructor or members injection.
   * Called during injector creation (or afterwards if Guice encounters a type at run time and
   * creates a JIT binding).
   * @param type encountered by Guice
   * @param encounter context of this encounter, enables reporting errors, registering injection
   *     listeners and binding method interceptors for {@code type}.
   * @param <I> the injectable type
  <I> void hear(TypeLiteral type, TypeEncounter encounter);


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