[chirp_users] CHIRP 0.1.7b5

Dan Smith dsmith at danplanet.com
Mon Oct 20 17:11:50 PDT 2008


> Yep, I like to stress test things for you (and pass the stress back to
> you) :)

Don't I know it :)

> I guess one of the things that makes it more noticeable is that some
> other software only works in banks of 100 memories at a time, so it
> takes less time to resynch.  That being said, for me personally, the
> advantage of being able to insert / delete a row that spans over 100
> memories (before a gap is found) far outweighs the time factor and in
> reality probably takes less time than having to try and manipulate
> memories from one bank to another.

Ah, that's a good point, but also a seriously ridiculous limitation, IMHO.

One thing I can do is cache the information in the radio driver, which 
will make the handhelds behave similarly in speed to the other radios, 
when fetching memories that we should already know.  It has the 
potential to widen the exposure of differing information in the radio 
and CHIRP (like if you're playing with the radio itself while editing 
with CHIRP) but maybe that's not a big deal.

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Dan Smith
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