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Units of measure implementations [message #1000888] Tue, 15 January 2013 11:12 Go to next message
Barry DeZonia is currently offline Barry DeZonia
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Registered: January 2013
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Hi Werner,

I am investigating Java libraries that implement units support. I am intrigued by uomo as well as JScience 5.0. From what I can glean neither seems ready for production use. Is that an incorrect conclusion? I saw you touched on this some 7 months ago but was wondering what the current status is.

Perhaps you can't comment on JScience 5.0 though it seems you work with Jean Marie in some capacity. They mentioned in Dec 2011 an immanent release of JScience 5.0 but it was never released. Not sure how alive the project is.

Thanks for whatever any info you can provide.

Barry DeZonia
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005346 is a reply to message #1000888] Thu, 24 January 2013 18:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry,

Thanks for your interest.
If you refer to UOMo's status as "Incubation", well, that's a process, all
Eclipse projects follow, and those with a huge commercial vendor like
Oracle, IBM or Google may sometimes be "excused" from that or projects start
at V 2.0 if they existed in a different form before, but Incubation does not
mean, it isn't production ready;-)

I heard by at least one project looking into using it for their customers.
And the foundation to both, JSR-275 has been used by projects and standard
setting organizations like OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) in standards
like GeoAPI (others include Google KML, the Markup Language behind Google
Maps) ever since. The conversion between let's say Fahrenheit and Celsius
won't change ever, even if there are new versions of UOMo or JScience;-)

Especially the UCUM module has been part of a 1.0 release OHF umbrella, and
only for the sake of Incubation under a new package been called 0.6 of UOMo
UCUM but this has been in production at HL7 consuming healthcare providers
for half a decade.
The other aspect of UOMo and JScience backed by Unit-API is the typesafe
handling of Units and Measurements. Both that and the UCUM standard are of
great interest to the up and coming M2M industry. Where projects like Paho
are themselves still incubating. Or Ford just presented its OpenXC
initiative on GitHub which looks like the ideas of OSGi Measurement, but
with more modern typesafe Java Generic methods, JSR-275 and now Unit-API
first introduced to Java.

The only part of UOMo I would recommend you handle with care, is UOMo
Business, which is currently waiting for JSR-354, the new Money and Currency
Standard for Java to pass through the JCP. While the change of Spec Lead
requires a renewal ballot, and UOMo Business will therefore wait until it's
at least beyond EDR (the phase when JSRs normally first deploy Maven
artifacts to places like MavenCentral) some parts of that spec have even
been influenced by UOMo Business in the first place.
UOMo Business will implement JSR-354, so if you plan to use UOMo primarily
for financial calculations, please be patient. For general purpose units
like length, mass, etc. all quantities defined by Unit-API so far, you may
use it at any time. There are commercial implementations of Unit-API like
that I wrote for British Telecom a little while ago. For reasons mainly of
the underlying architecture, OSGi based implementations like UOMo seemed too
sophisticated for their already very fragile ecosystem full of dependencies
to all kinds of legacy code. So I wrote a clean-room implementation of
Unit-API for that project. There is at least one other, but a rather
competitive nature of their industry didn't permit them to disclose it so
far.

Please let me know, what your requirements are and which implementation
(UOMo, JScience or a custom-implementation) may work best.

Kind Regards,
Werner

"Barry DeZonia" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Hi Werner,

I am investigating Java libraries that implement units support. I am
intrigued by uomo as well as JScience 5.0. From what I can glean neither
seems ready for production use. Is that an incorrect conclusion? I saw you
touched on this some 7 months ago but was wondering what the current status
is.

Perhaps you can't comment on JScience 5.0 though it seems you work with Jean
Marie in some capacity. They mentioned in Dec 2011 an immanent release of
JScience 5.0 but it was never released. Not sure how alive the project is.

Thanks for whatever any info you can provide.

Barry DeZonia
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005553 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005555 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005556 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005558 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005559 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005560 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005561 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005563 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005564 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005565 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005566 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005567 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005568 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005569 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005570 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005571 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005573 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005574 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005575 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005576 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005578 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005580 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
Re: Units of measure implementations [message #1005582 is a reply to message #1000888] Sat, 26 January 2013 11:58 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Barry/all,

While Eclipse Hudson seems to be undergoing a 3.0 upgrade, you should find
the UOMo Build history here once it's back:
https://hudson.eclipse.org/hudson/job/uomo/
Ever since Tycho has been adopted, there was a full build of the entire UOMo
Update site, which you can install to any Eclipse (tested with Juno release,
works fine)
of your choice.

See attached a Screenshot from Juno for DSL SR1, with UOMo Feature installed
in the About box.
Since the M2M bundle initiatives are so far limited to Lua (Konekki, etc.)
not the likes of Paho and MQTT support for Java, UOMo is not yet included in
one of these bundles, but as soon as M2M or Automotive related bundles with
Java or Android support are packaged, you can be pretty sure, UOMo will be
there even in Incubation stage (see Eclipse packages for UML, usually with a
lot of projects still incubating;-)

HTH,
Werner
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