I have a small Python application (396 lines of nice clean self-documenting code - a small sample of it is attached). The app uses GDAL ([url removed, login to view]) to read Shape Files (the famous ".shp" format, see [url removed, login to view]) and uses SqlLite to read and write the same data in a database format. I need the application rewritten as follows: - Keep the exact same functionality. - Remove all the Python code and replace with Java. - Remove the SqlLite usage and replace with MySQL. - Remove the GDAL library and replace with pure Java code (*) (*) For this last point. I want pure Java without C libraries. Please do a Google search for "shapefile java parser" to find many free libraries. I do not have experience with these Java libraries which you may find, so, if you use any free code you will need to review it and test it to make sure it works. Or you could just write your own parser by using the specs at [ [url removed, login to view] ]. If you do decide to use a free library, you need to post the link for me to review it, before the project starts.
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