by Henrik Hodne
HHDistanceFormatter is a library to format distances in a user-friendly way.
Currently it can only format kilometers into a string showing the distance in kilometers or meters.
- More units
- Localization (use the unit the user prefers)
HHDistanceFormatter.m files into your
own project (the
HHDistanceFormatter group in the Xcode project).
Then, you use it like this:
NSNumber *distance = someObject.distanceToObject; NSString *distanceStr = [HHDistanceFormatter formatKilometers:distance];
Downloading the code
You can get HHDistanceFormatter on GitHub.
This project follows Semantic Versioning. Since version 1.0 hasn't been released yet, the public API of this library is to be considered unstable.
HHDistanceFormatter is released under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for details.
Support, bugs and feature requests
I do not have the time to offer support, but if you submit an issue in the issue tracker, I'll answer if I have the time (or someone else can answer).
If you find a bug, please provide either a failing test or steps to reproduce. If you also provide a patch to fix it, that would be even better.