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## About
-Routez is a transit planning web service written in Python and Javascript.
+Routez is a transit planning web service written in Python and Javascript.
It uses the libroutez (http://github.com/wlach/libroutez) library for trip
planning functionality.
@@ -20,9 +20,9 @@ Ubuntu or Debian Linux (newer versions e.g. 11.04 Natty Narwhal):
MacOS X:
-Install an Apple Developer SDK (the iOS dev SDK should work fine), pcre
-(http://www.pcre.org/) and ImageMagick (easiest to install this via
-MacPorts or similar).
+Install an Apple Developer SDK (the iOS dev SDK should work fine), pcre
+(http://www.pcre.org/) and ImageMagick (easiest to install this via
+MacPorts or similar).
Initialize git submodules from the root directory:
@@ -35,18 +35,18 @@ I use for hbus.ca:
[buildout]
extends = buildout.cfg
-
+
[routez_settings]
server_name = hbus.ca
cmaps_api_key = 6cf313fb0cac592a98c0f60ab0693118
analytics_key = UA-1648932-4
use_local_geocoder = 1
-
+
[geodata]
gtfs_file = /Users/wlach/src/halifax-metro-transit_20101104_0800.zip
osm_file = /Users/wlach/src/hrm-area-serviced-by-mt-3.osm
gml_file = /Users/wlach/src/ns-geobase/NRN_NS_7_1_GEOM.gml
-
+
[routez_server]
ssh_alias = hbus
buildout_directory = /home/routez/Sites/hbus
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ To run a test server on your workstation, simply run:
./bin/routez runserver
-The only currently supported server configuration for routez is currently the
+The only currently supported server configuration for routez is currently the
Ubuntu Lucid LTS release (http://releases.ubuntu.com/lucid/) using the nginx
web server (http://nginx.org/). So install that if needed:
@@ -102,5 +102,5 @@ Start routez:
./bin/restart-routez
-And you're off! You should be able to get access to routez through your site's
+And you're off! You should be able to get access to routez through your site's
IP address.

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