[MS4W-Users] Additional GDAL scripts

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[MS4W-Users] Additional GDAL scripts

mike_smith
I recently installed MS4W and have successfully set it up as a WMS server with a few basic GeoTIFFs. I would like to make larger GeoTIFFs available as WMS services but cannot seem to find a couple GDAL Python scripts; gdal2tiles.py and gdal_retile.py. So far I have not been able to track down references to these tools in the message archives.

Is there a way to rebuild GDAL within MS4W that would install those two scripts?

I have MS4W 3.0.2, Python 2.6.6, and NumPY for Python 2.6 installed and am using Windows Server 2003 for my OS.


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Re: [MS4W-Users] Additional GDAL scripts

jmckenna
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Hi Michael,

You are correct, some of those GDAL-Python scripts are indeed missing. I have filed a ticket and they will be included in the next MS4W release (http://bugzilla.maptools.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2317).  If you need them in the short term, you can download them from here and make sure that they are in your path: http://www.maptools.org/dl/ms4w/gdal-python-scripts.zip

Thanks for this feedback.

-jeff

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Michael Smith wrote
I recently installed MS4W and have successfully set it up as a WMS server with a few basic GeoTIFFs. I would like to make larger GeoTIFFs available as WMS services but cannot seem to find a couple GDAL Python scripts; gdal2tiles.py and gdal_retile.py. So far I have not been able to track down references to these tools in the message archives.

Is there a way to rebuild GDAL within MS4W that would install those two scripts?

I have MS4W 3.0.2, Python 2.6.6, and NumPY for Python 2.6 installed and am using Windows Server 2003 for my OS.