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routeplanner A highway trip planner
Installed size 392
Maintainer Chris Lawrence <lawrencc@debian.org>
Architecture all
Version 0.19
Depends python-central (>= 0.5), python, python-newt, python-pqueue
Suggests routeplanner-gnome
File name pool/main/r/routeplanner/routeplanner_0.19_all.deb
Description This is a highway trip planning program, similar to programs like Rand McNally's "TripMaker." It allows you to plan road trips between two or more locations, using various interchangeable map files (or databases). . Currently, the program includes two databases covering North America; one is fairly simplistic, and one is quite detailed. You can also create new databases with the editor in the routeplanner-gnome package. . For retrocomputing nuts, this program traces its lineage back to a 1980s program called "RoadRoute" written by Jim Butterfield for the Amiga. AFAIK all of the code has been rewritten, but the Basic-USA database included here is Jim's original dataset. . The package includes two console-based interfaces; for the GNOME interface and the editor, you should install routeplanner-gnome as well. . Home Page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/routeplanner/

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