SYNTHESE is a public transportation server.
It provides network modeling, passenger information, DRT reservation, CMS, real time data updating, and operations optimization. Detailed description of SYNTHESE capabilities are available here.
server: contains eveything needed to build SYNTHESE server binary itself.
packages: contains CMS applications commonly deployed into SYNTHESE.
robot: contains SYNTHESE high level functional tests.
legacy: mostly deprecated stuff.
More specific instructions may be given in each subfolder.
SYNTHESE is coded in C++ using the Boost library. Developer documentation is available here.
Public releases and snapshot builds can be found here
- A modification should be done in a feature branch
- A "merge commit" is done from the feature branch to master and should refer to a ticket
- A minimum set of work should be shown for the feature (automatic test, robot test or manual process described in the ticket)
- A pushed commit should not break the build process (compilation, link) or automatic tests
- If a regression is discovered on a feature, it will be reverted until a better solution is obtained