gvSIG Mobile on Openmoko

Juan Lucas Dominguez Rubio jldominguez at prodevelop.es
Mon Mar 16 17:28:32 CET 2009

Hello, the initial loading time depends on the sum of SHP + DBF + SHX. After that, the drawing time depends on how many vertices and pixels are painted on the screen (it you zoom in, it's faster, of course). You will start losing your patience  if the SHP is greater than 500 KB. There's a lot of work to be done to improve the graphic performance.
Juan Lucas


De: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org en nombre de Francesco de Virgilio
Enviado el: lun 16/03/2009 17:00
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Asunto: Re: gvSIG Mobile on Openmoko

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Joseph Reeves ha scritto:
>> On SHR-testing it works for me:
> Great to hear :)

Yeah :)

>> After the installation, there's no icon on Illume desktop. If I try
>> "gvsig" from terminal, it answers me "not found".
> The icon should appear, but seemingly doesn't :( restart your xserver
> and you will see the lovely gvSIG icon. Rebooting the phone does the
> same.

After restarting xserver, it appears :)

> After the installation, there's no icon on Illume desktop. If I try
> "gvsig" from terminal, it answers me "not found".
> I don't know why it's not found if the file gvsig exists in /usr/bin -
> it works fine in OM2008.X - does SHR do something differently?

I don't know.

Another question: I'm trying to load a shp file of an archaeological
site. Which is the recommended dimension for shp + shx + dbf files? With
a sum of 7 Mb it seems a bit slow :)

> Thanks for the feedback,

Thanks for the app :D

> Joseph
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