Currently, unit testing is integrated in the build process. Tests have been written for the NumberCentral class already. JUnit is applied for this.
The quality of the JUMP implementation is considered vital.
Shortly after 0.2, JUMP 0.3 was released. It features a simplified API that is better documented than previous releases. It also includes the homepage, which is now accessible at http://jump-math.sourceforge.net/.
The FreeBSD port for JUMP has immediately been updated to install the new version.
JUMP is now available in the FreeBSD Ports Collection. This means that a FreeBSD user can install JUMP in a standardized way.
It will show up in the Java ports index within a few days:
JUMP Ultimate Math Package (JUMP) 0.1 was released on June 5, 2002. This Java-based math library offers high-precision computations, filling the gap between integers, floating-point numbers and BigDecimals.