[OpenLayers-Users] Delaying Layer Initialization
grzemy at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 04:45:02 EDT 2007
I would add that tiles for invisible layers are downloaded from server not
only on map/layer initialization, but also while layer goes beyond its
Value of minScale is making layer not downloaded while initialization but
after zooming to scale < minScale.
Is this already filled as bug in tickets ? Because I cannot find it.
Is there any workaround for this for OE 2.4 ?
Christopher Schmidt-4 wrote:
> On Sat, May 26, 2007 at 10:28:39AM +0200, Arnd Wippermann wrote:
>> Hello Christopher,
>> I have the same problem (therefor I'm still using Openlayers 1.0).
> Okay, thanks. I'd heard reports, but they were always vague in the
> problems they were reporting.
>> OpenLayers should only load tiles for the baselayer from gis.ibbeck.de
>> wms.jpl.nasa.gov for the world image. If you use firebug, you could see,
>> that the tiles for the other servers are also loaded.
> Agreed. I'll file this as a bug against 2.5. Since it's been around since
> the start of the 2.0 branch, it's not enough to delay 2.4.
>> After the first load of the map, pan and zoom loads only the tiles for
>> visible servers.
>> (If I load the newest version from
>> http://svn.openlayers.org/branches/openlayers/2.4/, Revision 3188 says
>> html-page and my svn-program, the OpenLayers.VERSION_NUMBER is still
>> "$Revision: 2942 $". Miss I something or is this a bug).
> This is expected -- the VERSION_NUMBER is relevant to the last time that
> file was updated. Part of the release process is to edit the
> OpenLayers.js file (to change the license), so releases get a new
> VERSION_NUMBER -- it's only useful on releases. Unfortunately, I don't
> know of a better way to automate this.
>> Is it possible with the number of the revision also deliver a variable
>> the plain text for the OpenLayers Version(example: 2.4 RC4).
> There is no automatic way of doing this, and it's a step that I fear
> would be missed if we made it a human intervention step, which is why
> it's not done. If you're actually using RC4 -- that is, from the /tags/
> instead of the branch -- the VERSION_NUMBER represents that.
> Christopher Schmidt
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