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3:07 PM
@Rojo Which integer type are you referring to? int16, uint32, etc. ?
 
 
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8:14 PM
Quantity::compat: "Meters" and "Meters" are incompatible units
 
Manipulate can have more than one control for the same variable: Manipulate[x, {x, 0, 1}, {x, {True, False, Automatic}}]
 
@Rojo what were you doing when you got that?
 
@rcollyer Quantity[1, "Meters"] + Quantity[{1}, "Meters", ThreadDepth -> 0]
(simplified example)
 
@Rojo thanks. I'll pass it along. it appears fixed in later builds, though.
 
@rcollyer Interesting
By any chance in later builds it is handled properly in a way that {0,1,2}m is equilvanet to {0m, 1m, 2m}?
I mean, so that if you have a large array you can give it units and at the same time keep it in packed form, do the math fast, etc
 
8:31 PM
That still depends on what you set the ThreadDepth to. For instance, Quantity[{1,2}, "Meters"] by default is {1 m, 2 m}, unless you set the ThreadDepth to 0. This is how it behaves in 9.0.1, also.
@Rojo not that I've seen. I'll pass that along, too.
 
@rcollyer Thanks :)
 
no problem.
 

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