Re: Local rendering creates blank tiles
- From: Patrick Salecker <patty9999 gmx de>
- To: Jiří Techet <techet gmail com>
- Cc: libchamplain-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Local rendering creates blank tiles
- Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2010 17:53:38 +0200
Am 08.06.2010 23:45, schrieb Jiří Techet:
Yes, but only with libchamplain. The demos from memphis and pymemhis are
On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 17:50, Patrick Salecker<patty9999 gmx de> wrote:
Am 06.06.2010 15:21, schrieb Simon Wenner:
On 06.06.2010 14:43, Patrick Salecker wrote:
while I was testing the python memphis bindings of libchamplain, I
noticed that local rendering through libchamplain doesn't work at all on my
"pymemphis/examples/tile-renderer.py" render the tiles correct, but
"libchamplain/demos/local-rendering" shows only an arc:
Are you sure that you are looking at the area that contains the data? Any
error messages in the terminal?
Maybe these are old tiles from champlain's cache. Try to delete the cache.
Now I know a workaround:
When I run "./local-rendering", select "Local Map" and click on "Einpassen"
(locale is de_DE.utf8), is see blank tiles and no terminal output.
When I run "LANG= ./local-rendering" it works fine.
Any ideas why this happens?
Interesting. From your last email it seems that the same happens even
with the normal (non-python) demo, right?
The only idea I have is that libmemphis parses the xml map data file
incorrectly because it opens the file in different encoding (I think
GTK normally uses locale encoding and not UTF-8, which might be the
problem). But it could be something else too.
I compiled libchamplain with debugging and compared the logs from
local-rendering with and without locale with diff. The only difference I
noticed, was that the coordinates in the debug messages have points
instead of commas.
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