[MapProxy] Porting MapProxy to Java
peter.borissow at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 1 09:23:59 EDT 2010
Where's the code for pre_store_filter? I'm looking for the functions in pre_store_filter.
----- Original Message ----
From: Oliver Tonnhofer <olt at omniscale.de>
To: Peter Borissow <peter.borissow at yahoo.com>
Cc: mapproxy at lists.osgeo.org
Sent: Thu, April 1, 2010 8:57:48 AM
Subject: Re: [MapProxy] Porting MapProxy to Java
On 01.04.2010, at 14:18, Peter Borissow wrote:
> Now that I'm hooked on mapproxy, I want to port it to Java. I started porting the code a couple days ago and I'm making some good progress. I have ported 23 classes so far. Unfortunately, I'm starting to hit some hurdles and I need your help to see this through.
Ha, it's 1th April, isn't it?
Seriously, why do you want to do a port? If you need to run MapProxy within Java Servlets you could try to do a port to Jython. That should be a lot easier and I would be happy to help you with it.
> I've never worked with Python before so some of my questions might be just Python 101. For example, what is an img_filter? Example in cache.py:
> for img_filter in self.pre_store_filter:
> tile = img_filter(tile)
> I can't seem to find the source for img_filter/pre_store_filter anywhere in the code. What is a pre_store_filter and what is it doing to a tile?
pre_store_filter is just a list of functions that take a tile and return a tile.
Python is a dynamic programming language and a lot of stuff is different from Java. You can do things in one line of Python that would require ten lines in Java.
> BTW, I'd love to give back the java code once I get it ported. Would you guys be cool with that?
You can do whatever you like, it is Open Source. But keep in mind that if you create a one to one port/copy of MapProxy your bound to the same license (APGL).
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