[Flashr] Change of subversion address and progress on 0.5
bdefore at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 14:55:16 EST 2006
Yep, I've implemented fixed the parameter of onPhotosSearch and set
cacheQueries to true also - both working fine.
Soon as you can implement a way of getting a list of previous requests
(that you can then re-request) I'll put out a new version of Flappr
that has a button to let you view all past searches.
On 1/25/06, Kelvin Luck <kelvin at kelvinluck.com> wrote:
> On 1/25/06, Buck DeFore <bdefore at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Just a quick update to say that I did the expectable
> > search-and-replaces (Flickr -> Flashr, FlickrResponseListener ->
> > FlashrResponse, import statements, etc.) and everything seems to work
> > fine for Flappr. I haven't noticed anything unexpected yet.
> Cool - glad it was so easy... Probably the other main change you would
> have to make in your change is that all the methods in
> FlickrResponseListener that used to receive a photos Array and a
> ResultsSet now only receive the ResultsSet.
> > I did notice that one classic place where Flappr would trip up is if
> > you'd open up a tab and quickly click on a user's tag. It would ignore
> > the request if you were on a semi-slow connection because the call to
> > get the user's photosets might not have returned yet. With 0.5 this
> > seems to be resolved. So either I'm mad or Flashr 0.5 is automatically
> > queueing requests.
> Yep - the queue is fully automatic. Currently there is no way to turn
> it off or to limit the length of it - there will be by the time I
> release it though...
> In the meantime you may find these commands interesting:
> Flashr.getFlashr().cacheQueries = true; // turns on caching
> Flashr.getFlashr().queuePriority = x;
> Sets the priority for commands you add to the queue. The lower the
> number the more priority a request has... In the interesting piece I
> load the info about the interesting pics for each day at a low
> priority and then call photosGetInfo for the photos you click on with
> a high priority so it pushes to the front of the queue
> Kelvin :)
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