Hi Ritchie,

Although fixing this can be easy (just a minor restructuring of the
provider methods), we have to go through every single provider method
in every supported provider/api and fix it, so it may take some time.
Could you open a JIRA issue to track this?



On 26 June 2015 at 10:55, Allen, Ritchie <ritchie.al...@warwick.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to use jClouds in a play 2.4 project but play uses Guice 4.0 which 
> no longer allows you to directly override @Provides methods. When I try to do 
> this
> ContextBuilder.newBuilder("filesystem").overrides(properties)
> I get this:
> 1) Overriding @Provides methods is not allowed.
>         @Provides method: 
> org.jclouds.logging.config.LoggingModule.createLoggerFactory()
>         overridden by: 
> org.jclouds.logging.jdk.config.JDKLoggingModule.createLoggerFactory()
>         at 
> com.google.inject.internal.ProviderMethodsModule.getProviderMethods(ProviderMethodsModule.java:163)
> It's a bit sad that the decision was made to make this a breaking change in 
> Guice but it is what it is. See: 
> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/google-guice/bRo5SvmzpdI
> It looks like there has already been a discussion about getting jClouds 
> working with Guice 4: http://goo.gl/ydvuX9.
> The Rocoto dependency was removed by JCLOUDS-897 but the @Provides problem 
> remains. If this is something that people think is worth looking into I'm 
> happy to raise a jira.
> Thanks
> Ritchie

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