[Loadstone] Import to Database format converter
grzezlo at wp.pl
Fri Feb 20 23:04:59 GMT 2009
Unfortunately i was afraid, that the problem of porting sqlite to symbian is
Although i'm a programmer, my knowledge of symbian is none, so I can't help
Btw after my initial tries to learn Symbian programming, I started
appreciating your work Shawn even more than before - great unique knowledge,
thanks for giving it to us for free...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shawn Kirkpatrick" <shawn at loadstone-gps.com>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 11:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Import to Database format converter
> Sqlite has been considered as a database engine but the problem is getting
> it ported to symbian. There's talk of it working on third edition phones
> with some effort but we need an engine that'll work on first, second, and
> third edition handsets. If someone wants to put in the time and work to
> it ported then we'd certainly give it a look. A replacement database
> is badly needed. There's also talk of the symbian operating system going
> open source within the next two years. If that happens then the format
> problem would be solved. The problem of the database engine not being very
> good would still remain thoe.
> On Fri, 20 Feb 2009, Grzegorz Zlotowicz wrote:
>> btw what about using sqlite (www.sqlite.org) as a dbms in Loadstone gps?
>> Sqlite is licensed under public domain, opensource, and their binaries
>> platform independent, so it would be easy to create a binary db on a pc,
>> simply copy it to phone...
>> Greetings, Greg.
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