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Shimari is a simple, flexible, lightweight component enclosure for standalone Java applications that translates a configuration file into an object hierarchy. It is similar in purpose to Apache Digester, except that responsibility for instantiation is encapsulated in the object's constructor, and the resulting objects form a loosely coupled collection of co-operating components.

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  •  25 Feb 2004 12:00

    Release Notes: What has been released so far would serve as a suitable replacement for the Apache Digester. It reads a configuration file and instantiates objects, constructing and launching the application. This release ships with a demonstration application which has been used to prove that the code is production ready: an IRC bot framework and associated Java IRC bot implementation.


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