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RoutePlanner is a highway trip planner written in Python that will
run on a variety of systems. It 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.
If you're interested in my old Amiga version, visit its page.
- A working Python interpreter.
- The PQueue module; available to download here.
- For the newt interface: the "python-newt" (or snack) module.
- For the Gnome interface: the "python-glade" module.
- Supports an infinite number of intermediate cities.
- You can decide what types of road to use using "preferred
- 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.
Download it from SourceForge.
- Physical mail:
- Chris Lawrence
P.O. Box 2622
Oxford, Mississippi 38655-7262
- Electronic mail:
If you want to send PGP-encrypted
mail, please see my info page for my PGP
Some other pages
Chris Lawrence <email@example.com>
(10 Dec 2000 at 01:34 CST)