problem is that it adds 250 - 300 kb to the project js download. I
was careful to avoid the dependency for the initial download fragment.
On May 30, 12:36 pm, Chris Lercher <cl_for_mail...@gmx.net> wrote:
> I think, many people (including myself) are a little bit unhappy with
> the current situation of date and time handling
> a) due to the use of deprecated methods of java.util.Date and
> b) due to the general weaknesses of the java Date API
> This topic crops up repeatedly on different forums, as well as in this
> GWT issue report:http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/issues/detail?id=603
> There are several projects that have attempted to port Joda time to
> But all of them seem to be in alpha/beta status (or have licensing
> problems in the case of goda), and as far as I can see, they're not
> really active anymore (I hope, I'm wrong for at least one of the
> Are you using any of these projects, can you recommend one? Does the
> GWT team have plans to integrate a Joda-like API?
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