[Mapserver-inspire] MapServer Inspire doc
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Thu Apr 21 12:46:51 EDT 2011
Considering language support, playing with wms_[code]_title was my
opinion too until I discover it applied to styles as well. As there is
no METADATA in the STYLE block, it becomes very hard to maintain all the
stuff at the layer METADATA level.
The external doc makes it easier to send to someone able to do a proper
translation too, instead of sending a mapfile to someone not in the GIS
But I know that for a quick first implementation of INSPIRE
requirements, your approach is the best.
Le 21/04/2011 09:45, Martin Kofahl a écrit :
> Hi Guillaume,
> your document will definitly help to cover all the requirements and their impatcts for MapServer.
> I like your settings INSPIRE_PROFILE "ON" and INSPIRE_SCENARIO "1" and "2". I will update my implementation proposal accordingly.
> As you can see at http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/attachment/ticket/3608/inspire-vs.patch I suggest another solution for multi-language support. Personally, I think solutions like "wms_[language_code]_title" are more easy to maintain than extra files. Furthermore, I don't I would make use of variable substitution in stead of separate service URL per language.
> Kind regards,
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>> Datum: Wed, 20 Apr 2011 22:43:52 +0200
>> Von: Guillaume Sueur<no-reply at neogeo-online.net>
>> An: mapserver-inspire at lists.osgeo.org
>> Betreff: [Mapserver-inspire] MapServer Inspire doc
>> I've just published the audit document if MapServer against Inspire
>> requirement the french geological survey asked me for.
>> You'll find it here :
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