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Re: DCI Plugin for Eclipse

@Hans: It is OK that the interface knows its implementation. In DCI, this interface is not a usual Java interface. Rather it is the interface which an object playing the role gets. The implementation is not swappable, without changing the context. This interface is really just a tooling class, because Java cannot extend existing objects by injecting methods. In fact, in DCI, it is explicitly stated that polymorphism for roles is deactivated - please see the DCI Execution Model - there is a link on the cheat sheet, available with my white papers.

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