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As a MapBinder, it acts as a factory for LinkedBindingBuilders for
each of the map's values. It delegates to a
entries (keys to value providers).
As a Module, it installs the binding to the map itself, as well as to a corresponding map whose values are providers. It uses the entry set multibinder to construct the map and the provider map.
As a module, this implements equals() and hashcode() in order to trick Guice into executing its configure() method only once. That makes it so that multiple mapbinders can be created for the same target map, but only one is bound. Since the list of bindings is retrieved from the injector itself (and not the mapbinder), each mapbinder has access to all contributions from all equivalent mapbinders.
Rather than binding a single Map.Entry<K, V>, the map binder binds keys and values independently. This allows the values to be properly scoped.
We use a subclass to hide 'implements Module' from the public API.
addBindingThis creates two bindings. One for the
Map.Entry<K, Provider<V>>and another for
configurepublic void configure(Binder binder)Description copied from interface:
ModuleContributes bindings and other configurations for this module to
equalspublic boolean equals(Object o)
hashCodepublic int hashCode()