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Re: libquran in embedded environment
- To: Development Discussions <developer at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: libquran in embedded environment
- From: Abdulhaq Lynch <al-arabeyes at alinsyria dot fsnet dot co dot uk>
- Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 13:51:27 +0100
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What I have done as a temporary measure on my zaurus (until libquran works for me) is to use sqlite.
I imported the xml file into an sqlite database and have found it very quick and easy to use
from the python applications that I have.
Perhaps you could consider that technique.
On Tuesday 24 May 2005 13:16, Mohammad DAMT wrote:
> السلام عليكم
> I'm back *-)
> I have a proposal to make (major) changes in libquran, I'd like to have
> it run in a decent way in embedded environment (arm, etc). Right now
> libquran requires big memory because it loads all the quran data in
> memory (> 2Megs for arabic version alone). What I'd like to do is to get
> the data retrieved on demand.
> The other thing is to replace the xml storage into binary storage,
> parsing the xml at startup quite takes long time at least in my arm
> What is the best to do this, create a branch in cvs?
> thanks, and good to see you again guys *-)
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