Janine, > I am trying to determine if my unit specifications meet udunits standards. > > I tried to test my unit specifications using udunits2(1), but got > inconsistent results: > > You have: count/L > You want: 1/cm^3 > 1 count/L = 0.001 1/cm^3 > x/(1/cm^3) = 0.001*(x/(count/L)) > > You have: 1/cm^3 > udunits2: Don't recognize "/cm^3" > > Is there a more direct way to determine if 1/cm^3 meets the UDUNITS > standard? > > In the file "udunits2-common.xml" I found: > > <unit> > <def>1</def> > <aliases> > <name> <singular>count</singular> </name> > </aliases> > </unit> You found a bug in the udunits2(1) program. Thank you for sending this in. I've made a new release (2.1.21) whose udunits2(1) program correctly accepts the specification "1/cm3" as the "have" unit. Please try this release and let me know if you have any problems with it. It's available at the UDUNITS homepage <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/udunits>. > Thanks, > > Janine > > -- > Janine Aquino > NCAR/EOL/CDS& RAF > 303-497-8691 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: TJT-685331 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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