This package contains encoders and decoders for converting between different
data representations. It's the external counterpart of the
library, and contains less-central APIs and APIs that need more flexible
Codec<T,T>for use as default value for in functions accepting an optional
<3.0.0, and adjust other dependencies.
PercentEncoderno longer encodes digits. This follows the specified behavior.
Note: No new APIs have been added in 2.0.0. Packages that would use 2.0.0 as
a lower bound should use 1.0.0 instead—for example,
convert: ">=1.0.0 <3.0.0".
PercentEncoderno longer extend
StringAccumulatorSinkclasses for providing synchronous access to the output of chunked converters.
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: convert: ^2.1.1
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|2.1.1||Dec 19, 2018|
|2.1.0||Dec 17, 2018|
|2.0.2||Jul 18, 2018|
|2.0.1||Aug 8, 2016|
|2.0.0||Jun 3, 2016|
|1.1.1||Apr 27, 2016|
|1.1.0||Apr 22, 2016|
|1.0.1||Nov 3, 2015|
|1.0.0||Oct 8, 2015|
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