[MapProxy] California in Africa

Sebastian E. Ovide sebastian.ovide at gmail.com
Wed Sep 1 12:55:18 EDT 2010

> And for:
an empty image.

> > If I go to CA and zoom more than 8 I can see CA in CA... but HUGE... if I
> zoom out I can see CA in Africa with the correct (it looks like correct)
> size.
> That should be an OpenLayers configuration issue. I can look into that if
> you send me your _whole_ OL client (with map definition, not only the
> layers) and a working WMS URL with PESG:3310 support.

here the part missing:

        var map;

        function init() {
            map = new OpenLayers.Map({
              div: 'map',
              allOverlays: true,
              maxExtent: new
              numZoomLevels: 20

            map.addControl(new OpenLayers.Control.LayerSwitcher());

            var gmap = new OpenLayers.Layer.Google(
                "Google Streets",
                    sphericalMercator: true

            map.addLayers([gmap, ca_wild_fire_tc, ca_wild_fire_ms,
CA_AbandonedMine_ms, US_Earthquake_ms, CA_CoastalWaters_ms,
US_FaultRegions_ms, CA_Landslide_Events_ms, US_KarstDistinctiveFeatures_ms,
            map.setCenter(new OpenLayers.LonLat(-11000000, 4500000),5);

Is it possible to create a simple MapProxy configuration for which it
doesn't change anything from the tiles that it reads from MapServer ? some
kind of "transparent cache proxy"... ie: use the same URL that I would use
for MapServer... but instead of trigger MapServer I would trigger MapProxy
whom reads from MapServer, caches it, and serves it as it is, with the same
coordinate system, same colors  etc...

Sebastian E. Ovide
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