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Class EnableSpringConfigured

Signals the current application context to apply dependency injection to non-managed classes that are instantiated outside of the Spring bean factory (typically classes annotated with the @ the @Configurable annotation).

Similar to functionality found in Spring's {@code } XML element. Often used in conjunction withconjunction with @EnableLoadTimeWeaving. @author Chris Beams @since 3.1 @see org.springframework.context.annotation.EnableLoadTimeWeaving