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I'm tryign to install MapProxy on a windows manchine. My hope is that I can install it and test it on my own computer before moving it to a server. At the moment I can seem to find mapproxy-util and to be honest I don't understand how I am supposed to call it. I have read the tutorial at but if anyone know of some other online tutorials that have been helpful I would really like to hear about it. Any advise is welcome.

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mapproxy-util --version to check mapproxy is installed – Mapperz Jul 23 '12 at 17:56
I can import MapProxy into a python script, I can also import version and get it to return the version of MapProxy I have installed but I can't find mapproxy-util – dango Jul 24 '12 at 8:15
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Ok the problem was that I had not set the path to the folder where mapproxy was installed, beginners mistake. I installed mapproxy using easy_install so everything was put in to the python26/Scripts folder

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