Bug#107464: ITP: libtrain -- The train-routing calculator library
Version: N/A; reported 2001-08-02
libtrain is a library for calculating the shortest route from a train
station to another in consideration of time and distance. It tells you
which line you should take and where you should transfer at.
Note that this is a *library*, so you have to get interface programs
using libtrain(gtktrain is recommended) to actually use it.
To use this software, you'll need to get the train schedule data
separately and install it by yourself. See README.Debian for more
detail. That's why I put it into contrib.
Well, it's kinda tough to explain what this software is...in Tokyo, we
have a big and complicated web of subway system and it's always PITA
to find the way to get somewhere. If you know Metro for
Palm(http://surf.to/metro/), this is "Metro for Linux".
-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Kernel: Linux shangri-la 2.4.7 #1 2001Ç¯ 7·î 31Æü ²ÐÍËÆü 02:35:12 JST i686
Locale: LANG=ja_JP.eucJP, LC_CTYPE=ja_JP.eucJP