[Grok-dev] Alternatives to Grok for Interface based dependency injection

Tim Cook timothywayne.cook at gmail.com
Thu May 21 15:37:29 EDT 2009

Hi Alec,

On Thu, 2009-05-21 at 14:38 -0300, Alec Munro wrote:
> Hi List,
> (I believe this is known as a GBCW message, though I'm not sure what
> that stands for)

I have no clue.  But it's a cool acronym.
(George Bush Counter-Warfare?) ......

> After wrestling with Grok's installation on and off for the past 6
> months, I have finally come to accept that it currently doesn't
> provide us a compelling enough reason to accept that pain (and I got
> real tired of troubleshooting when people would be unable to install
> my software because of one of Grok's dependencies). 

Hmmmm, as I have a very compelling interest in this I'd like to hear
some of the dirty stories about it.   Was it only on Windows?

Feedback in open source is invaluable; good or bad.


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