Now the question is more, what do you have against annotations?
you can still use hbm.xml mappings and use annotations for Hibernate Search metadata.
Since "seeing is believing" I hope that this clarifies my point about "there is no difference"
Originally posted by Dierk K�nig:
With Groovy, you can write Swing apps very easily.
For that, you don't have to install any additional module.
Everything is included.
See Keith Braithwaite's remarkable study on this:
When I see methods that are fifteen lines or longer, the lines are almost invariably already clustered into groups - either by indentation, or by empty lines between them, perhaps even line comments.
Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
In my opinion, the typical method should be much smaller than 15 lines. I like one to five lines. Of course there are some that simply are bigger, not because they are complex, but because they have a big, simple switch statement or something similar.