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2Tirex Tile Rendering System
3===========================
4
5Tirex is a bunch of tools that let you run a tile server. A tile server
6is a web server that hands out pre-rendered map raster images to clients.
7
8Further documentation is in the doc/ subdirectory.
9
10
11PERL MODULES
12------------
13
14You'll need the following Perl modules:
15
16* IPC::ShareLite (Debian/Ubuntu: libipc-sharelite-perl)
17* JSON           (Debian/Ubuntu: libjson-perl)
18* GD             (Debian/Ubuntu: libgd-gd2-perl)
19* LWP            (Debian/Ubuntu: libwww-perl)
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22LOGGING
23-------
24
25Tirex-master has two logs:
26* General noticies, warnings, errors, debug messages and the like are
27  logged via syslog. You can configure the syslog facility that should
28  be used ('master_syslog_facility').
29* For each rendered metatile a line is written to a logfile. This can
30  be used for generating statistics. Failed renderings (when the
31  rendering backend didn't answer) are not logged here (but in the syslog).
32  Use the config variable 'master_logfile' to set the filename for this
33  log.
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36TESTING
37-------
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39Call 'prove' in the main directory to run Perl tests. You need Test::More
40(Debian/Ubuntu: libtest-simple-perl) and Test::Harness (Debian/Ubuntu:
41libtest-harness-perl) installed.
42
43Call 'perl test/queue_speed_test.pl' to run queue speed test.
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