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Add methods to return sizes from areas #2

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io7m opened this Issue Mar 8, 2017 · 1 comment

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io7m commented Mar 8, 2017

size :: ∀S. PAreaL<S> → PAreaSizeL<S>

size :: AreaL → AreaSizeL

.. etc.

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To be specific, this is about converting the immutable implementation types. The abstract value interfaces are already compatible due to subtyping.

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io7m commented Mar 8, 2017

To be specific, this is about converting the immutable implementation types. The abstract value interfaces are already compatible due to subtyping.

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io7m added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 10, 2017

Merge branch 'release/0.0.3'
Release: jregions 0.0.3
Code new: Add common "value" interfaces. (tickets: #1)
Code new: Add missing float and BigDecimal generators and tests. (tickets: #4)
Code new: Add type conversion methods. (tickets: #3)
Code new: Allow areas to be treated as area sizes. (tickets: #5)
Code new: Add methods to return sizes from areas. (tickets: #2)

io7m added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 10, 2017

Merge tag 'jregions-0.0.3' into develop
Release: jregions 0.0.3

Code new: Add common "value" interfaces. (tickets: #1)
Code new: Add missing float and BigDecimal generators and tests. (tickets: #4)
Code new: Add type conversion methods. (tickets: #3)
Code new: Allow areas to be treated as area sizes. (tickets: #5)
Code new: Add methods to return sizes from areas. (tickets: #2)
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