[Loadstone] very good

Monty Lilburn monty at loadstone-gps.com
Wed Jul 19 06:21:28 BST 2006


Hi,

If you are dealing with large files then perhaps your only option is to 
have Loadstone installed on your MMC.  Especially if you run out of phone 
memory.

You can also have multiple database files and load up whatever one you 
wish at the time.  That's is what I do!

Monty


On Tue, 18 Jul 2006, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:

> Hello David.
> How many points you can get in to the program depends very much on how much 
> free memory you have. With the radius you're talking about that's about 30 or 
> 40 thousand points. The program can handle this. If you're loading the data on 
> to the phone's memory it may or may not handle this depending on how much is 
> free. The import of something this size might take quite a while as well. The 
> program's response time doesn't seem to be effected too much after a certain 
> point.
> You may want to upgrade to the latest version, 0.59 just released last night. 
> There's a fix in that version that should allow large imports to happen 
> without requiring so much free memory.
> There's only one way to know for sure, give it a try and see what happens. If 
> the whole 30 mile radius won't import at once then try it in smaller chunks. 
> Just make sure your phone has a good charge for an import of that size. My 
> rough calculations say that a file of 40000 points will take just over 73 
> minutes to import. If you're on phone memory this might go considerably 
> faster.
>
> On Tue, 18 Jul 2006, David Tanner wrote:
>
>> You bring up an important question for me.  I live about 20 miles from work. 
>> The metro area where I live has a population over 3 million and a large 
>> area.  For example, if I figure a radius from downtown Minneapolis to my 
>> home it is about 18 miles, and from Downtown Minneapolis to my office in St. 
>> Paul it is about 12 miles. The biggest portion of St. Paul is further away 
>> from downtown Minneapolis than my office and includes the whole are of the 
>> state capitol and state goverment buildings, etc.  Realistically, to include 
>> the entire twin cities area it would take at least a 30 mile radius to cover 
>> most of the metro area.  Do you think that size map is going to be more than 
>> a phone memory is going to be able to handle and process with any kind of 
>> speed?
>> 
>> 
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Monty Lilburn" <monty at loadstone-gps.com>
>> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 2:20 PM
>> Subject: Re: [Loadstone] very good
>> 
>> 
>> : Hi John,
>> :
>> : Hmmmm, I'm sure I uploaded my train station points to the db the other day
>> : and I know Leeds is one of them since I've gone through there before.
>> :
>> :
>> : What sort of radius are you using?  Since you are in the UK you can
>> : probably  use a pretty large number and still be OK.  By large I mean
>> : maybe up to 600KM or further.  Probably best to start big and then scale
>> : down for efficiency.
>> :
>> : For any North American listers, probably best to use a much smaller number
>> : since you have the street data!
>> :
>> : Monty
>> :
>> :
>> :  On Tue, 18 Jul 2006, John Gallagher wrote:
>> :
>> : > Hi list I have created a poi at my home.
>> : > I have exported the export.txt file in to loadstone but cannot find
>> : > any points of interest like railway stations hear in Leeds not sure why.
>> : > would it be possible to put the txt file on the website or is it best
>> : > to put in the long and lat to acquire it like I did.
>> : > this program has real potential. thanks.
>> : >
>> : >
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