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NAME

       tilestache-seed - seed a single layer in your TileStache configuration

SYNOPSIS

       tilestache-seed [options] zoom...

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the tilestache-seed command.

       tilestache-seed  seeds  a  single  layer  in your TileStache configuration.  No images are
       returned, but TileStache ends up with a pre-filled cache.  Bounding box is given as a pair
       of  lat/lon  coordinates, e.g. "37.788 -122.349 37.833 -122.246". Output is a list of tile
       paths as they are created.
       Configuration, BBox, and Layer options are required.

REQUIRED OPTIONS

       -c, --config file
              Path to configuration file. Required.

       -l, --layer layer
              Layer name from configuration. Required.

       -b, --bbox south west north east
              Bounding box in floating point geographic coordinates. Required.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options.

       -p, --padding padding
              Extra margin of tiles to add around bounded area. Default  value  is  0  (no  extra
              tiles).

       -e, --extension extension
              Optional file type for rendered tiles. Default value is "png" for most image layers
              and some variety of JSON for Vector or Mapnik Grid providers.

       -f, --progress-file file
              Optional JSON progress file that gets written on each iteration, so you don't  have
              to pay close attention.

       -q     Suppress chatty output, --progress-file works well with this.

       -i, --include-path
              Add  the  following  colon-separated  list  of  paths to Python's include path (aka
              sys.path).

       -d, --output-directory
              Optional output  directory  for  tiles,  to  override  configured  cache  with  the
              equivalent of:
                  {"name": "Disk", "path": <output directory>, "dirs": "portable", "gzip": []}.

              More information in http://tilestache.org/doc/#caches.

       --to-mbtiles
              Optional  output  file  for  tiles,  will be created as an MBTiles 1.1 tileset. See
              http://mbtiles.org for more information.

       --from-mbtiles
              Optional input file for tiles,  will  be  read  as  an  MBTiles  1.1  tileset.  See
              http://mbtiles.org   for   more  information.  Overrides  --extension,  --bbox  and
              --padding (this may change).

       --to-s3
              Optional output bucket for tiles, will be populated with tiles in a standard  Z/X/Y
              layout. Three required arguments: AWS access-key, secret, and bucket name.

       --tile-list
              Optional  file  of  tile  coordinates,  a  simple  text  list of Z/X/Y coordinates.
              Overrides --bbox and --padding.

       --error-list
              Optional file of failed tile coordinates, a simple text list of Z/X/Y  coordinates.
              If  provided,  failed  tiles  will  be  logged  to  this  file  instead of stopping
              tilestache-seed.

       --enable-retries
              If true this will cause tilestache-seed to retry failed tile renderings up  to  (3)
              times. Default value is False.

       -x, --ignore-cached
              Re-render every tile, whether it is in the cache already or not.

       --jsonp-callback
              Add  a  JSONP  callback for tiles with a json mime-type, causing "*.js" tiles to be
              written to the cache wrapped in the callback function. Ignored for non-JSON tiles.

SEE ALSO

       tilestache-render(1)

AUTHOR

       TileStache was written by Michal Migurski <mike@stamen.com>.

       This manual page was written by David Paleino <dapal@debian.org>, for the  Debian  project
       (and may be used by others).

                                           Nov 10, 2010                        TILESTACHE-SEED(1)