[Loadstone] Database nomenclature
jacobk at mailzone.co.za
Thu Mar 31 13:01:30 BST 2011
I specifically may have databases for the same areas, but with different
sets of points since I will use them for different purposes, so this
wouldn't be suitable as the only option for my usage of loadstone as such -
not sure how other guys organise their points, but anyway...?
'...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kotian, H P" <hpkotian at rbi.org.in>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 1:28 PM
Subject: [Loadstone] Database nomenclature
> Presently the database is being picked by the name given to it. This
> results sometimes in a large database that LS can handle and the users
> have to select appropriate file name.
> Instead can we change the logic for it a bit differently.
> If we say have only the integer number of lat followed by long eg. Lat17
> and long 20 the file name can be 1720
> All the places falling between these 2 attributes can sit in that
> When the GPS gets a fix, it automatically loads the appropriate database
> if it exists.
> This is just a idea it can be improvised by making a step up of something
> Any thoughts?
> Harish Kotian.
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