[MapProxy] Is any raster image support planned in future?
estrada.adam at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 11:13:18 EDT 2010
Oliver et al,
You mentioned compatibility with Mapnik. Have you seen the Ogcserver that
Dane wrote? It works wonderfully but is still kinda slow. MapProxy would
compliment that perfectly. Also, have you guys considered pairing up with
MapServer in the same way GWC did with GeoServer? It looks like TileCache
has already been there and done that but nothing that appears to be as
integrated as the GWC bit I mentioned.
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 9:50 AM, Oliver Tonnhofer <olt at omniscale.de> wrote:
> On 29.09.2010, at 14:53, Andreas Trawoeger wrote:
> >> With 0.9 the sources (WMS and tiles) are well abstracted, and it
> shouldn't be too difficult to add
> >> a new one.
> > If I understand the code correctly what's needed to add a new source is:
> > 1. A source class in ./source that implements a get_map method.
> > 2. A client class in ./client that does the actual data fetching
> > 3. Updating ./config/loader.py and implement a Configuration class
> > based on SourceConfiguration
> Basically, yes. I would not create a 'client' for GDAL, but put everything
> into ./source, or somewhere else.
> >> MapProxy only uses tiny fraction of OGR, just enough to read geometries
> from shapefiles. So, there
> >> would still be work to do for the GDAL integration.
> > I think what I will try is to glue MapProxy and Gdal2Tiles together as
> > quickly as I can. Make it somehow work and then start cleaning up the
> > code until I end up with a solution that isn't too embarrassing to
> > show and doesn't include tons of redundant code.
> Yeah, go ahead and let me know if you have some reusable stuff :)
> Oliver Tonnhofer <olt at omniscale.de>
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