[OpenLayers-Dev] MozMapLayers : an OpenLayers XUL adaptation
rldhont at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 03:22:17 EST 2007
The edited HTML page is a local file. You could specified a http proxy
If you use the Application mode (XUL), you can load remote file without
proxy, because you have "chrome" rights.
To use and specify proxy in a Web page, I have to implement, in
LiziLayers, the capacity to modify a remote Web page.
Glen Stampoultzis a écrit :
> Is there any way to specify a http proxy?
> On 10/11/2007, rldhont <rldhont at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi OpenLayers dev!
>> I, from the french 3Liz team, released an add-on for Firefox,
>> Thunderbird and XulRunner based on OpenLayers : MozMapLayers. With
>> MozMaplayers, OpenLayers now works in XUL environment and provides new
>> features as OpenLayers.Layer.mozStorage. Such a layer is read from a
>> local SQLite database. The geometry must be stored as Well Known Text.
>> The 3liz team's objective is to provide a GIS toolkit for mozilla (XUL)
>> adapt it. I made little changes like replace createElement by
>> createElementNS, and create an Overlay to include OpenLayers lib in XUL
>> windows. The current MozMapLayers version is 0.9 because we would like
>> to add mozilla specific feature.
>> You can try MozMapLayers via a little demo named LiziLayers, to create
>> and test OpenLayers scripts in HTML or XUL context.
>> I hope this will interest you.
>> Best regards,
>> René-Luc D'Hont
>> 3liz Web site : http://3liz.com/en
>> MozMapLayers Web site : http://3liz.org/mozmaplayers
>> LiziLayers Web site : http://3liz.org/lizilayers
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