Unity 1.0

Library for parsing scientific unit specifications for Java
Unity - You will be able to build src/c/unity in order to experiment with the library.
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Unity is a free and open-source pair of Java and a C libraries with closely matching functionality that use a number of syntaxes to parse scientific unit specifications.

Unity includes 4 syntaxes:
· the FITS specification, section 4.3
· OGIP memo OGIP/93-001
· CDS's Standards for Astronomical Catalogues, Version 2.0
· The VOUnits syntax

Further details as well as building instructions can be found HERE (more software developed by Norman Gray can be found HERE).

Unity is a cross-platform utility capable of running on any UNIX based operating system (e.g. Mac OS X, Linux, BSD).

last updated on:
May 14th, 2014, 10:42 GMT
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108 KB
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developed by:
Norman Gray
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
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What's New in This Release:
  • Removed erroneous 'p' annotation for FITS/byte.
  • Tropical and Besselian years added back as known but deprecated VOUnits, and suitable adjustments to tests.
  • Builds on OpenBSD with all warnings enabled, including MALLOC_OPTIONS=AFGJ (the only changes required were the removal of a couple of non-problematic strcpy calls).
  • Minor adjustments/clarifications to tests.
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