[Loadstone] Feature wish
arimo at iki.fi
Sun Jun 12 18:58:49 BST 2011
sorry for typos, i try to clean my text below.
It is true some database-heavy functions will lock the phone for a while.
On the other hand it is the user's responsibility to define periodic
events if he/she wants to use them.
Database boundaries has to be kept on a separate database. withc has to
be updated periodically.
- a 'write to file' function with variabless. This function wiill at first
time pressed query the file name at the logs directory and with susequent
presses append the parameters given with the definition to that file.
Another possibility is to have two keyboard functions: one to define log
file name possiblly with variables and other key to append lines into it.
If no filename is defined 'default' will be used.
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On Fri, 10 Jun 2011, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> Having variables to contain the cell information is a good idea.
> I have no idea what you're trying to say for your second suggestion, too many
> typos to make sence of it.
> Some kind of event system has been considered. I really don't like the idea
> of an event repeating at an interval thoe. This especially causes trouble if
> it's doing anything with the database since queries can lock up for a long
> time if the database is large. This may be fixed if we ever get a better
> database engine. At the moment there's no such thing as database boundries in
> the current format.
> On Fri, 10 Jun 2011, Ari Moisio wrote:
>> Couple more suggestions
>> - A new variable, for example $GSM} to hold the cell area and station
>> - Event-base keyboard actions: if for example speed exceeds or drops below
>> certain limit, user approachs or arrives to checkpoint , gsm id changes or
>> user drops out from the boundaries of current database. Also events with
>> fixed periods (every ten second, evetry 30 second, minutely etc).
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