[gdal-dev] Gdal2tiles generated Openlayers.html
even.rouault at mines-paris.org
Sun Apr 19 13:29:02 EDT 2009
For the issue of gdal2tiles.py with FWTools , see
Le Sunday 19 April 2009 13:18:55 Rahkonen Jukka, vous avez écrit :
> I believe I could repeat the behaviour with a bit smaller image (the
> original was 27 gigabytes). Environment:
> - Windows Xp and Windows Vista
> - Gdal2tiles.py from FWTools 2.0.6 (Windows)
> (Note: gdal2tiles does not work for me with FWTools 2.2.8 and 2.3.0. I am
> getting just an error: gdal2tiles.py: error: This version of GDAL is not
> supported. Please upgrade to 1.6+. Those FWTools versions seem to contain
> gdal version 1.7dev) - Image: Plain tiff image with tfw file. Is is in
> epsg:2393 projection, but gdal does not know it. - Command: gdal2tiles
> - Result: Directory with tile structure and files googlemap.html,
> openlayers.html and tilemapresource.xml. Double clicking googlemaps.htlm
> shows map controls and map in Firefox (version 3.0.8). Double clicking
> openlayers.html shows Openlayers controls, header line etc. but no map. I
> installed Firebug but I do not know yet what to read from it. Firefox
> itseld does not report any errors. I may be able to give you a link
> tomorrow. About googlemaps API key, i was able to add it to
> googlemaps.html afterwards and then I can access the tile presentation also
> through the net without problems.
> -Jukka Rahkonen-
> Klokan Petr Pridal wrote:
> Hi Jukka,
> openlayers.html should run directly from the disk same as
> googlemaps.html is running...
> Did you specify Google Maps API key during generation of the code?
> Can you please send me command you used for generation of the tiles
> and if possible also a link to the presentation which is not running?
> Firebug always help with debugging... but as I know there are no
> problems with generated OpenLayers presentation.
> On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 9:05 AM, Jukka Rahkonen
> <jukka.rahkonen at mmmtike.fi> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I had a try with gdal2tiles and split an image with it. It worked fine,
> > as well as the automatically created Googlemaps application. However,
> > the also automatically created OpenLayers.html does not show the tiles
> > for me when opened with browser. Is it supposet to work in a similar way
> > than the googlemaps.html or should I be doing some extra steps, like
> > reading the openlayers.html through web server and not directly from
> > local file?
> > -Jukka Rahkonen-
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