WPF and Inversion of Control: Listing 2.

The Windsor facility.

public class ViewActivatorFacility : AbstractFacility
{
  protected override void Init()
  {
    Kernel.ComponentModelCreated += 
      Kernel_ComponentModelCreated;
    }

  void Kernel_ComponentModelCreated(Castle.Core.ComponentModel model)
  {
    var isView = typeof(IView).IsAssignableFrom(model.Service);
    if (!isView) return;

    if (model.CustomComponentActivator == null)
      model.CustomComponentActivator = typeof(WPFWindowActivator);
  }
}

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Patrick Steele is a senior .NET developer with Billhighway in Troy, Mich. A recognized expert on the Microsoft .NET Framework, he’s a former Microsoft MVP award winner and a presenter at conferences and user group meetings.

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