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Extend the capabilities of the plugins defined by the Plugins configuration property #506

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@amolenaar amolenaar commented Aug 17, 2014

Plugins were only able to register responders and symbol types. Now also wiki page factories, test systems and slim tables and comparators can be registered.

Also plugin classes are instantiated before their methods are accessed. This way we can pass on system properties and ComponentFactory, which can help instantiate classes in a standard manner.

The static method access still works, though.

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…egistry.

This is in line with other registries in FitNesse.
This way we can provide a ComponentFactory or Properties to it, for further configuration.
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@amolenaar amolenaar changed the title Extend the capabilities of the plugins defined by the Plugins configutation property Extend the capabilities of the plugins defined by the Plugins configuration property Aug 18, 2014
@amolenaar amolenaar merged commit 0dc6af1 into unclebob:master Aug 18, 2014
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TYPO Should rather be "Slim tables" instead "Sim tables".

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@amolenaar amolenaar replied Aug 21, 2014

Thanks. I corrected it.

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