RoutePlanner is a highway trip planner written in Python that will run on a variety of systems.
Version: 0.11RoutePlanner is a highway trip planner written in Python that will run on a variety of systems. The project allows you to determine a route from one city to another, optionally via some other city or cities. You can see the shortest, fastest, or "preferred" route.
Operating System: Linux
Here are some key features of "RoutePlanner":
· Supports an infinite number of intermediate cities.
· You can decide what types of road to use using "preferred routing."
· You can customize the speed settings for each type of road based on your own driving habits.
· Supports Metric, U.S., and Imperial measurement systems.
· Includes a large database of cities and highways (over 6000 locations, and growing).
· Includes a sophisticated database editor.
· The PQueue module; available to download here (optional)
· For the newt interface: the "python-newt" (or snack) module (optional)
· For the Gnome interface: the "python-glade" module (optional)
What's New in This Release:
· Filled in most of Alberta and British Columbia.
· A few UI cleanups.
· Updated to use DH_COMPAT=3.