[Loadstone] per database settings

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Sun Aug 5 06:14:33 BST 2007

Well, configuration data isn't going to be stored in the database in the 
current database set up anyway. If it ever is I don't think storing this 
data as part of a mapping database would be a good idea. Maybe a better 
solution would be some kind of profile system or something. It's quite 
likely that a database will contain mixed types of points so finding a 
setting that makes sence for something like that could be difficult. It 
could also get confusing to have settings changing just from loading a new 

On Sat, 4 Aug 2007, Dave Mielke wrote:

> I think there are other parameters which would work better with per database
> settings, i.e. the Approach Distance and the Approach Time. If I'm using a
> database of street intersections for a city then the approach should be
> announced at a relatively close distance. If, however, I'm using a database of
> towns (while, say, on an inter-city bus trip) then it be nicer if the approach
> were announced much further away.
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