is redstone framework dead?

Issue

The redstone project, http://redstonedart.org/, depends on the DI package, which is dead for quite sometime.
I wonder: is the project redstone also dead?
Or is there any plans to change this scenario?
It is a great package, however, the DI dependency is killing it.
Nowadays I have a version of redstone and DI with me where the dependencies within them are update so I am able to use it.

Solution

As the main maintainer of the package, I can say that it’s in maintenance mode. We still accept PRs, but I’m not putting any effort in any big feature or rewrite at the time.

I don’t think it’s dead however, but one of the things that is preventing me from doing more updates (for strong mode mainly) is the fact that I’m waiting for the new Angular’s DI package to be extracted.

Answered By – Pacane

Answer Checked By – David Goodson (FlutterFixes Volunteer)

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