[ka-Map-users] ka-map+python?

Paul Spencer pspencer at dmsolutions.ca
Wed Jul 6 22:33:04 EDT 2005


I haven't heard of anyone attempting this with python yet.

The ka-Map framework is actually relatively independent of the back end, 
it certainly doesn't require MapServer.  The client side code needs an 
initialization script to return certain information and a script to 
return tiles, but the implementation could be based on any rendering 
engine you like.

I'd be interested in taking a look :)



Artem Pavlenko wrote:
> Dear List
> I'm the developer of http://mapnik.berlios.de. I've been looking into 
> using AJAX for my project (c++/python/zope) and I'm wondering if anyone 
> out there is working on ka-map/python integration. Also, at the  moment  
> ka-map is using MapServer as a rendering engine, would it be a good idea 
> to have a more generic framework, e.g. someone might want to use 
> different rendering engines?
> I've created a simple demo to show how mapnik/ka-map can work together 
> and if anyone's interested to have a look, just drop me an email and 
> I'll open my firewall.
> Anyway, thanks for the great work.
> Artem
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