[Openstreetmap-dev] Re: [Openstreetmap] cache of editor applet background?
tom at tom-carden.co.uk
Mon Jan 23 10:57:20 GMT 2006
> Oh cool, that code could be useful. Is it in svn?
tile-cache-helper.js has the goodies - it's just a stripped down version
of the main loop in tiles.js - at the moment it just does document.write,
but the idea was it would be triggered by the applet periodically.
Is there a web interface to squid's cache management? If not, should we
write one? I know you can force-refresh a tile using a web browser, but I
don't know if you can automatically trigger the same request using JS.
Possibly it's just an HTTP header that you can write into an
XmlHttpRequest or something?
> I think we can normalize these two tiling schemes. Set both to use the
> same level of precision and same formulas for projection.
That sounds sensible - the main thing I noticed was the difference between
URLs... that's probably quite easy to fix, and might be all that needs to
happen (not looked at Steve's tiling code yet).
> Or alternately, use a tile indexing scheme w/o reference to lat/long.
Best just to wait on (or assist with) the landsat one you've mentioned and
then align with that?
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