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[UDUNITS #MZK-350035]: building udunits 2.2.24 on windows with VS2013


> It appears I was setting UDUNITS2_XML_PATH to the folder location and not the 
> actual filename.
> Thank you for pointing that out!
> My local udunits2 and udunits-1 tests from the samples appear to pass now.


> (1)
> With udunits-1, I can do this…
> utUnit unit;
> utIni(&unit);
> utScan("days since 1895-01-01", &unit);
> utCalendar(val, &unit, &year, &month, &day, &hour, &minute, &second);
> How can I achieve the same using udunits2?

The package has documentation in HTML pages, which should have been installed
by CMake. You can also view it at

In general, you obtain a well-known unit via the function ut_parse(). That
takes care of your first 3 items. Converting a time-value to years, months,
days, etc. is done with the function ut_decode_time().

> (2)
> Does udunits-1 allow me to define and use a specific locale like udunits2 
> does using utEncoding?

Sorry, no.

Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: MZK-350035
Department: Support UDUNITS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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