JSR-310/JodaTime - which to develop against?

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JSR-310/JodaTime - which to develop against?

Ian McCall
Hi.

I'm a bit behind, I didn't realise there were active binary implementations of JSR-310 available. If I'm starting a new codebase now, which would be better to go for, the JSR-310 or the JodaTime libraries?



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Re: JSR-310/JodaTime - which to develop against?

jodastephen
The JSR-310 codebase is considerably richer in functionality, and is
the main one I work on. However, it isn't yet complete and code will
change (methods/classes will disappear and change).

For production usage as of today, Joda-Time is the only option unless
you can live with the frequent changes above. I particularly don't
want open source projects depending on a pre-1.0 JSR-310.

Stephen


On 14 July 2010 09:52, Ian McCall <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi.
>
> I'm a bit behind, I didn't realise there were active binary implementations of JSR-310 available. If I'm starting a new codebase now, which would be better to go for, the JSR-310 or the JodaTime libraries?
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>
> Ian
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