# language-proposals

Marc Knaup

07/25/2016, 3:07 PM
@madisp: yeah that’s what I’m hoping for in the long-term, but the project is quite big and often it’s just not possible to avoid cycles. @voddan: Dependency injection (usually) is a dynamic feature and I try to avoid such features when I can. Kotlin already gives me a compile-time guarantee that every dependency I need is passed in (when using constructors). With DI I’ll only get an exception at runtime when the dependency is first used or I have to set up additional and unnecessary tooling to achieve similar. I see no need in additional libraries and tooling for something which is already quite easy to do with Kotlin itself. It could just be even a little easier 🙂