Example: 12 12 12 -00 36 00 is converted to 12 12 12 +00 36 00 (reported by ATalavera)
The requested bug fix has been implemented in version 2.1.
Please let us know if you experience it again.
thank you very much to report this issue that we didn't manage to catch out in our tests. We have checked our coordinate library (where the coordinates conversion are done) and we have found that there was a bug related to a wrong usage of the Java Math.signum method. As the official Java Docs for Math.signum says, this function:
Returns the signum function of the argument; zero if the argument is zero, 1.0 if the argument is greater than zero, -1.0 if the argument is less than zero.
We didn't handle well the second special case, where the input number is a negative zero.
We have fixed already this bug in our library and the plan is to release it together with the new version of ESASky 2.1 in February.
Thanks again to spot this issue!
this issue has been fixed with ESASky 2.1 which is available online since yesterday.
Thank you for your contribution in the project.
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