[OSM-dev] implemented API for J2SE and J2ME
michael at willigens.de
Mon Apr 20 22:55:59 BST 2009
Concurrency: yes, it can use the calling thread OR it can instantiate
new thread that
will return the result when available to an callback interface. So
anything is thread
Memory: Havent tested yet, because i think that parsing small XML
files is also possible
on J2ME. "Could" be improved by implementing a Sax parser in J2ME. I
have thought about
that but i think its kinda overpowered.
Query Handling: On J2ME it will use the "HTTPConnection" class to get
an InputStream for
the XML parser. On J2SE it will use default URL.openInputStream().
Some static reachable methods like:
NameFinder.searchAsync(String query, int maxResults, NameFinderCallback c)
NameFinder.search(String query, int maxResults)
will return an array of NameFinderResult Object which basically carry
any data we have on
NameFinder: type, category, name, info, description, nested results...
Quoting Grant Slater <openstreetmap at firefishy.com>:
> Sounds interesting.
> Tell us more. Memory Requirements, Concurrency, Query handling, API? etc.
> / Grant
> Michael Willigens wrote:
>> Hi osm devlist,
>> I just wanted to tell you that i implemented a NameFinder API in
>> Java because i didnt find anything useful. It will run on both,
>> J2SE and ME. Anyone intereseted in this? Shall I contribute it in
>> SVN, and whats the email address of David-Earl ?
>> Michael Willigens
>> dev mailing list
>> dev at openstreetmap.org
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