Actually, your original did get sent. I've noticed a problem with the
list lately that messages I send don't get echoed back to me, which is
irritating. I sent a few dups out as well.
Stephen Colebourne wrote:
> (Resend as original didn't seem to make it)
> There are two items on my list for the Local* classes:
> a) LocalDate/LocalTime cannot be constructed using a
> YearMonthDay/TimeOfDay in their constructor.
> b) LocalDateTime does not have a two argument constructor to take in a
> LocalDate and LocalTime.
> Coding these will be a balance between defining something specific to
> these classes, or using the more general ReadablePartial interface.
> A secondary concern is the methods on Local*.Property. Currently,
> these all use the withXxx() style naming, which differs from the rest
> of Joda-Time. I want to consider whether they should use the same
> naming as the rest of Joda-Time, or whether everything else should be
> migrating towards the withXxx() naming (eg. DateTime.Property.set()
> deprecated to DateTime.Property.withValue())
> In reality, the reason for the delay with the Local* classes is that
> they have emphasised some of the weaker design choices made up until
> now. This leads on to bigger questions of how to address the weaknesses.
> Nevertheless, I would agree that a JT1.3 release is certainly due.
> Brian S O'Neill wrote:
>> How are things going with version 1.3? What's still missing for a
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