Unit defines some types used in astronomy, and heavily used by the packages in https://github.com/shawnlauzon/meeus.
This is a Dart port of the excellent set of libraries creatd by Sonia Keys, the most significant of which is https://github.com/soniakeys/meeus. This library was ported in order to support the port of that library. The original unit library is hosted at https://github.com/soniakeys/unit.
Most of the original Go code has been changed as little as possible, only to make it match Dart semantics. Functions which are capitalized in Go are made into camel case, getter functions converted to getters, and const parameters are used throughout.
Three types are currently defined: Angle, HourAngle, and Time. All are commonly formatted in sexagesimal notation and the external Go package https://github.com/soniakeys/sexagesimal has formatting routines. However, this package has not been ported to Dart because it is not required in https://github.com/shawnlauzon/meeus other than for test cases. It also contains mostly Go-specific libraries and so a port to Dart would be non-trivial.
The Go version of this library includes an additional type: RA. Because the Dart meeus library has not yet implemented functions which require RA, that type has not yet been ported.
The original types were defined as typedefs, and since these do not exist in Dart, are now defined as classes with the original typedef (in all cases this is num) inside the class. For Angle and HourAngle, the value is always in radians. For Time, it is seconds.
The choice of methods defined is somewhat arbitrary. Methods were defined as they were found convenient for the Meeus library, and then filled out somewhat for consistency. The convenience is often syntactic; as the underlying type is num conversions to and from num are often free and otherwise typically only incur a multiplication.