From: C.D. Clark (cdclark_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-08-10 20:46:37
I have been using Boost.Units for several years now, and it is a great library. I find it difficult to write code without it anymore.
However, it does not do runtime unit conversions, so I write a little library that does https://github.com/CD3/UnitConvert
It uses Boost.Spirit to parse strings into quantities, and was an excuse for me to learn about spirit. It supports create a boost::units::quantity<T> object from the runtime quantity.
Would anybody be interested in adding this type of capability to the boost unit library? I am not a computer scientists, so I don't believe I would be able to propose something up to the boost standard on my own.
C.D. Clark III, PhD
Department of Physics
Fort Hays State University
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601
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