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Apr 22, 2013 2:30am

tilestache 0.7% better

TileStache, the map tile rendering server I’ve been working on since 2010, hit version 1.47 this weekend. The biggest change comes from Seth, who streamlined and expanded TileStache’s HTTP chops with the new TheTileLeftANote exception. The documentation needs an update, but the gist is that it’s now possible to customize tile HTTP responses from deep inside the rendering pipeline, with control over headers, status codes, and content. I’m excited that this didn’t require a backwards-incompatible change to the API, and that it’s now possible to tweak behavior in concert with Apache X-Sendfile or NGinx X-Accel.

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