[Benchmarking] Vector tests: first oddity
aboudreault at mapgears.com
Tue Aug 24 16:43:40 EDT 2010
FYI, I've just noticed that gdal geos support wasn't enabled on the server,
I'm currently rebuilding and will reinstall it in 15-30 minutes or so.
On August 24, 2010 04:35:02 pm Alan Boudreault wrote:
> I've committed the changes in svn. Here's new feature of the script:
> * -filter_within <filename> option: The random bbox has to be within the
> <filename> dataset. Note that I've committed the
> spain-boundary-simplified.shp in svn too.
> * The script now writes file(s) in the current directory rather than using
> stdout. The filenames are the projection codes. Would you like an option
> like -name to specify the filename of the files? That way you could get
> something like spain_4326.csv rather than 4326.csv. Of course, it is easy
> to simply rename the files, depends on how many time you use that script.
> * -srs: You can specify the input projection of your parameters (ie.
> -region). Default is 4326.
> * -srs2: The second projection you want the bbox. This implies a second
> file to be writed. Basically, we transform the initial bbox to get the
> bbox into the second projection. Then, we compute the new width/height or
> the map to preserve square pixels and the same number of pixels in both
> Since the gdal and oracle paths are not in the system ld paths, here's the
> command you'll have to use to run the script with the new options (use the
> python2.6 command rather than python):
> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH python2.6 wms_request.py -count 200 -region -6 38 -1 43 -
> minsize 640 480 -maxsize 1024 768 -minres 2.5e-06 -maxres 0.000755 -srs2
> Let me know if you have any questions or needs.
> On August 24, 2010 03:17:34 pm Daniel Morissette wrote:
> > Andrea Aime wrote:
> > > Mind it would have to be a different script, one that takes a csv
> > > and converts its contents to another projection.
> > > Or the same script that writes down two files in two projections.
> > >
> > > Well, let me know what you plan to do :-)
> > It will be a single script that writes to two files in a single pass.
> > Alan is on it (almost done) and will let us know once the new script is
> > available.
> > Daniel
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