RoutePlanner iconRoutePlanner 0.11

RoutePlanner is a highway trip planner written in Python that will run on a variety of systems.
RoutePlanner 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.

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.

Requirements:

Python
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.

last updated on:
April 16th, 2008, 12:29 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Chris Lawrence
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Office \ Scheduling

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