[Loadstone] Show area and checkpoints only
arimo at netsonic.fi
Mon Nov 5 13:53:33 GMT 2007
How many points will fit for example 500 kB of RAM?
How long processing delays we are talking about? It will also take time
to manually search points and checking them one by one.
Why does points stored in RAM need more computation than points stored in
database? Because points in ram are a subset of points in the database
one would expect they are faster to handle.
You can still escape from the Gates of hell: Use Linux!
On Mon, 5 Nov 2007, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> A mass point checking feature could run in to two unexpected problems. The
> first is running out of memory. Since you wouldn't know how many results will
> be in a given search there's no telling how much memory the list will need.
> Some of these phones don't have what you'd call a lot of memory to work with
> so this could be a real problem. The second problem would be if you get the
> list in to ram then you have to process it with every position change. That's
> going to be very computationally expensive and probably quite slow.
> On Mon, 5 Nov 2007, Ari Moisio wrote:
>> I agree. If only checked points are visible when looking for nearest
>> points there should be similar behaviour when looking for several nearby
>> A mass-checkin feature for multiple points at once would be nice too:
>> points within given radius around certain point or points with given
>> string in their names.
>> You can still escape from the Gates of hell: Use Linux!
>> mr. M01510
>> On Mon, 5 Nov 2007, Cathomas Jürg wrote:
>>> ;The way it works now allows you to look at the database even if the use ;
>>> checkpoints only is active.
>>> Yes, that's ok and the marked points are indicated, but why not restrict
>>> on marked points when "checkpoints only" is active?
>>> So, you would have a better chance to find the next checkpoinp on your
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