[Tilecache] Huge dateline gap
randre at gmail.com
Tue Nov 18 19:07:19 EST 2008
It's been pointed out that I didn't include a great deal of information
about my setup. I doubt it will matter much, but here goes:
I am using TileCache to read a large (14400x7200) raster with global
extents. The raster projection is in lat/lon WGS84. TileCache is set to
read this data via a MapServerLayer layer type, with settings that match the
example in the out-of-the-box tilecache.cfg (metaTile=true, metaSize=5,5,
I am using the following package versions in my stack, and they have all
been built from source:
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 3:17 PM, Roger André <randre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, so now that I've gotten meta-tiling with edge buffering to work, I seem
> to be able to better control the missing pixel rows that were causing
> horizontal stripes in my Google Map tiles. Only now I have a huge gap at
> the international date line. I also have a band of missing data at the
> extreme South edge of my tiles when I am past Zoom Level 5. I can probably
> live with that, but since my data set is global, I find it interesting that
> it's getting cut off, and only on the South side.
> Anyone seen this before?
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