shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Sat Jun 14 10:46:03 BST 2008
The problem with the old checkpoint file format was it only stored
coordinates and then looked them up when the file was loaded. This went
wrong if the database in use didn't contain the points in the checkpoint
file. In that case the checkpoint wouldn't get used. The new format contains
all needed information about a point so the database doesn't really matter.
This also allows the point information in the checkpoint file to be updated
if it's changed in the main database. When the file is loaded the points are
looked up in the current database to see if there's any updates needed. To
implement your solution we'd lose this ability as well as other information
about the point. It would also mean another format change for absolutely no
On Sat, 14 Jun 2008, Przemys³aw Rogalski wrote:
> OK, I don't want to insert 3000 points in a checkpoints file, just create such files easier and with smaller number of clicks.
> What are the problems which had occured, then were eliminated thanks to new format and would re-appear after applying my suggestions?
> Loadstone mailing list
> Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
More information about the Loadstone