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Frequent no inject register for members, but works intermittently. #414

ghost opened this issue Jun 6, 2014 · 0 comments


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commented Jun 6, 2014

Hey :)

I have just finished switching over from RoboGuice and have come across an intermittent issue in my project. My current Dagger version is 1.2.1 and I am using AndroidAnnotations 3.0.1.

I am trying to inject some members into an annotated class ( but frequently get the message:

"no inject registered for members/"

My inject module looks like:

@Module(injects =  LoginActivity_.class )
static class ServiceModule{
    public @Provides ILoginService provideILoginService(){
        return new ILoginService_();

    public @Provides IUiMessageHandler provideUiMessageHandler(){
        return new UiMessageHandler();

And I call:

ObjectGraph graph = ObjectGraph.create(new ServiceModule());

Once this error starts occurring I change the line above my module from:

@Module(injects =  LoginActivity_.class ) 


@Module(injects =  {LoginActivity_.class} )

and everything works correctly again until I do another build, at which point I revert the @module annotation back to

@Module(injects =  LoginActivity_.class )

When stepping through graph.inject I notice the keys are incorrect. When it fails it is trying to look up the key members/ but the injectableTypes member on DaggerObjectGraph has the key members/LoginActivity_.

If required I can provide more sample code, or even my project.


tbroyer pushed a commit to tbroyer/dagger that referenced this issue Sep 3, 2016

Merge pull request square#414 from google/fixed_moe_writing_branch
Sync changes via MOE from google internal
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