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package com.google.inject.grapher;

import com.google.inject.Binding;

 * Creator of node aliases. Used by dependency graphers to merge nodes in the internal Guice graph
 * into a single node on the rendered graph.
 * @author bojand@google.com (Bojan Djordjevic)
 * @since 4.0
public interface AliasCreator {
   * Returns aliases for the given dependency graph. The aliases do not need to be transitively
   * resolved, i.e. it is valid to return an alias (X to Y) and an alias (Y to Z). It is the
   * responsibility of the caller to resolve this to (X to Z) and (Y to Z).
   * @param bindings bindings that make up the dependency graph
   * @return aliases that should be applied on the graph
  Iterable<Alias> createAliases(Iterable> bindings);

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