|Re: Opinion: UOMo or jscience [message #888184 is a reply to message #881715]
||Sun, 17 June 2012 20:29
| Werner Keil
Registered: July 2009
Simple calculations. There are some, you can do with UOMo already. If |
anything is missing, please create tickets in Bugzilla with your
I just did an overview of various DSLs with type-safe arithmetics and Unit
support via JScience and/or Unit-API/UOMo.
In most cases, such a DSL can use either of them and also have UOMo as a
drop-in replacement for JScience, so starting to use JScience 4.3
now if it meets your requirements and considering an UOMo migration e.g.
once it leaves Incubation seems like a good approach.
"Roland Kofler" <forums-noreply@xxxxxxxx> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>I have a nutritional application that deals with biometrics (height,
>weight, age), times (hours, days) and energy (calorie, joule) and power
>(watt, kcal/24h) and performs simple calculations with them.
> neither UOMo no jscience 5.0 seams to be ready at the moment.
> so I'm thinking to use jscience 4.3 and later migrate to the new Unit-API
> Would you agree with this strategy? My project budget is small. I need to
> minimize development costs here.
> Thanks, Roland
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