For server-stuff side, we don't care, but for client-side stuff I'd have to seriously wonder whether it makes sense to include this kind of library in my distribution. Maybe there is no way to shrink Joda-Time further (implementation sharing or something? Gili The most commonly used classes in Joda-Time have so much dependencies on other internal classes that it is actually quite difficult to break the jar into several pieces.As Joda-Time expands to support more complex calendar systems (like Chinese) they can probably be distributed in separate jars.The currently supported calendar systems all derive from the same Gregorian-Julian algorithmns, so they're fairly small additions.
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The jar that is distributed with Joda-Time runs javac with the debug option.
Changing this setting to false in the ant build file frees up 96 kbytes. Also, about a quarter of the distributed jar file is filled with compiled time zone data files.
The compiled format has already been heavily optimized, and further optimizations will likely yield little improvement.
Joda-Time provides a Java library for date and time handling including the ISO8601 standard. Major features of Joda-Time--------------------------- We're using it in production on several projects.
It completely replaces the JDK Date and Calendar classes, while still providing good integration. It's not just a significantly better API than what we have in the standard JDK (which, to be honest, isn't very hard to beat), I'm convinced that it's one of the strongest date/time API's in any programming language, ever.
This release fixes some minor bugs in v1.1 and adds two new calendars as well as some useful new methods on existing classes. Currently we don't support the Chinese Lunar calendar.
group_id=97367&package_id=104212Hibernate and JSP integration are available from linked websites.
However, we are seeking to increase the calendars supported with each new release, so hopefully we can add it soon.
If you have code for this calendar, or good online web pages that will help.
Even better is if you would like to code the calendar yourself :-) Please contact the mailing list for more info. Happy Dayssol2lun.c and lun2sol.c contain conversion between solar calendar and lunar calendar, so you could get some hints from there.
I heard that it is too complex to implement Chinese lunar calendar which works all the time. HTH, Trustin I personally think Joda-Time *is* great, but it is too big for what it actually does. But if there is a way, you should consider trying it out.