Release Notes: The widgets and renderers provided by the library are adapted for the GTK 3.x. GTK 2.x is no longer supported.The Split procedure was added to the Units package. Only Ada 2005 and Ada 2012 are supported when widgets and renderers are used, because GtkAda bindings require at least Ada 2005. The non-GUI parts of the software remain Ada 95 conformant. A bug in text conversion that led to false output of values with units like square meter were fixed. This version was first compiled with GNAT 4.9.
Release Notes: This release corrects the value of the constant hp (Horsepower) in the package Measures_Irregular. Consequently, the unit converter and mapper utilities are fixed.
Release Notes: The procedure Put in Measures_UTF8_Edit has the additional parameters Field, Justify, and Fill. Fedora and Debian packages are provided for both 32- and 64-bit x86 architectures.
Release Notes: Fedora and Debian packages were added.
Release Notes: Output of exact zero values uses power 1 with any small value. For example, 0W is output as 0·W rather than 0·yW.
Release Notes: SI prefixes now are used for dimensioned output. The GNAT project files were reworked. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Conversion factors were verified and, when necessary, corrected. The references to the sources are now provided in the documentation. The irregular units dram, gill, and league were added. The SI derived unit katal (kat) was added. The irregular unit candle was removed. Bq was moved to derived SI units. The Unicode ounce sign is now supported for ounces. A bug was fixed in Get_Value_As.
Release Notes: This version is adapted to GtkAda 2.10.2, which has changed behavior of popup windows.
Release Notes: GUI support in this version is based on Gtk 2.10 and GtkAda 2.10.
Release Notes: The procedure Get was added for parsing measures in the form of a numeral multiplied by dimensioned scale. The syntax of the input is the same as in other procedures. When possible, this procedure tries to extract the numeral part and the scale. It also determines whether the input has any dimension in it.