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From Sean Schofield <n...@schof.com>
Subject Re: [lang] Has anyone thought about a TimeUtils package?
Date Mon, 16 Dec 2002 15:21:13 GMT
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>
>Once we get the code base somewhat nailed down, I'll take a stab at writing
>unit tests for the sets of existing code that don't have test cases.  
>
What code would this be?

>Has
>anyone gotton in touch with the Ant folks and asked about copying/moving
>some of their good time code over?
>  
>
No but I think that would be a good idea.  I'll send an email to their 
dev list once we get a few things squared away.  I did look at their 
code and they have some nice stuff to build on.  I think we should 
consider starting a new project in the sandbox with the "ripped" 
time/date code from ant and build from there?

I'm thinking we should follow the example of the exisitng ___Utils 
classes  where have a bunch of static helper methods.  I'm not sure what 
to call this class, I was thinking DateUtils since most of these methods 
involve use of java.util.Date. 

After we get that all set up, I would recommend we take Stephen up on 
his offer to provide a thread-safe formatter.  I think a thread-safe 
formatter with the quality functions from ant would be nice.  Then we 
can look at adding a few of the other contributions floating out there 
(including the IsoDateTool in rupert that was mentioned) plus a few of 
our own new ideas.

Thoughts?

- sean


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