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Re: threading-improvements branch landed in trunk/
On one hand this seems a good idea: ContentProviders are really the way
to go for Android as they are usable by other apps too. However, I have
one large objection: the db is kept in the internal memory, which is
really small, instead of the SD card. This counts in the total space the
app is using (I personally avoid apps over 2MB).
You guys should really look at the OI Notepad app (openintents.org),
which I think is strong in many things (such as encryption), but does
not have Tomboy synchronization ofcourse.
Op vrijdag 29-05-2009 om 12:48 uur [tijdzone -0600], schreef Michael
> Does anyone know how good SQLLite is at storing blob data? I.E. would
> the columns for metadata be stored in the same place as the note
> I thought it might be worthwhile to store the actual note contents as
> files on the system with the metadata in the database.
> Otherwise I will be so happy if we can get this working!
> On May 29, 2009 8:07 AM, "Sandy Armstrong"
> <sanfordarmstrong@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On my g1, will write more later.
> Think saving note data in db with fields corresponding to rest api
> fields might be best bet. Fast, and perfect for sync. Would be a hit
> if you imported note files directly, but on avg think it would be
> worth it. Then you woulfd only have to parse content on note display
> (note that title removed from content in rest api). Thoughts?
> > > > On May 28, 2009 7:13 PM, "Olivier Bilodeau"
> > <olivier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Hi, > > Just...
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