CL-MAPSCRIPT provides CFFI-based Common Lisp bindings for MapServer. Distribution provides C glue code that is compiled into a shared library and wrapped into CFFI-based common lisp bindings.
Loading the library:
(asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op :cffi) ;; define proper location of the C glue (cffi:define-foreign-library libmapscript (:unix (:or "./libmapscript.so"))) (asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op :cl-mapscript)
;; creating a new point object (new_pointObj ox oy 0.0d0 0.0d0) ;; loading a MAP file where mapFile is a string with MAP file name (new_mapObj mapFile)
CL-MAPSCRIPT distribution contains a RENDER-POINT function that is used to render a point with given geographical coordinates using the settings of a given MAP file. Rendered coordinates can then be used to put a graphical mark on top of a rendered map image in HTML pages or elsewhere to create interactive graphics.
For example lets consider several cities in Kyiv oblast, Ukraine: Kyiv, Dymer, and Brovary and place clickable marks on a map of the Kyiv oblast:
(multiple-value-bind (pixelX pixelY relX relY) (render-point 30.523611121111d0 50.45000001d0 "kyiv.map") (format t "Kyiv: pixelX=~5F, pixelY=~5F, relX=~5F, relY=~5F~%" pixelX pixelY relX relY)) (multiple-value-bind (pixelX pixelY relX relY) (render-point 30.309166676667d0 50.787222232222d0 "kyiv.map") (format t "Dymer: pixelX=~5F, pixelY=~5F, relX=~5F, relY=~5F~%" pixelX pixelY relX relY)) (multiple-value-bind (pixelX pixelY relX relY) (render-point 30.790277787778d0 50.511388898889d0 "kyiv.map") (format t "Brovary: pixelX=~5F, pixelY=~5F, relX=~5F, relY=~5F~%" pixelX pixelY relX relY))
After the calculations we will obtain:
Kyiv: pixelX=171.5, pixelY=141.0, relX=42.88, relY=46.99 Dymer: pixelX=136.1, pixelY=105.4, relX=34.03, relY=35.14 Brovary: pixelX=210.4, pixelY=133.5, relX= 52.6, relY=44.49
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provide information necessary to place corresponding clickable
marks over the map using the relative positioning scheme inside
Library provides most basic means to interact with the MapServer/MapScript functionality.
Code is distributed under the terms of the BSD License:
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