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Initial Java to C# Port

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The Java Language Conversion Assistant makes a complete mess of things but I'm hacking away at the thousands of issues it creates. Most are minor but the move to BinaryReader which doesn't natively support bigendian encoding, excessive use and casting back and forth of sbyte and byte arrays, inferior java threading and the heavily relied upon java Properties list make this far from a trivial port.
 
At this moment it currently builds after much tweeking but there are some remaining byte order issues, threading is disabled and default properties and encoding options are non-existent. As soon as it's minimally capable of compiling and converting between PPM and JP2 (without threading or displaying in a window like the J# version) I'll commit the CSJ2K solution tree.
Closed May 9, 2007 at 8:00 AM by jclary
The conversion is complete and files can be encoded and decoded and exchanged between the J# and Java versions. Threading is temporarily disabled. Test applications are J# with minor tweeks for getter/setter differences and whatnot as I thought this would be the most reliable way to test the core functionality.

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jclary wrote May 9, 2007 at 8:00 AM

The conversion is complete and files can be encoded and decoded and exchanged between the J# and Java versions. Threading is temporarily disabled. Test applications are J# with minor tweeks for getter/setter differences and whatnot as I thought this would be the most reliable way to test the core functionality.

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