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PublicTransport

   0.11 beta  

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  10302
Submitted:  Jun 3 2009
Updated:  Jan 17 2013

Description:

This is a Plasma data engine, applet and runner for public transport timetable data. The applet shows a departure/arrival board for a given stop. It can also show journeys to or from the given "home stop". It displays additional information like delays, news about journeys, routes, vehicle types (with icons). Timetable data is available for trams, buses, subway, trains, ferries and planes (using flightstats.com). You can set alarms for departures and filter departures (by type of vehicle, target/origin, delay, transport line string/number, intermediate stops). Filters can also be combined.
Timetable data gets received from provider plugins. Since version 0.11 there are two types of plugins: GTFS and script providers. Script providers need a network connection and can be used to read timetable data from any document type, eg. XML, binary or HTML. GTFS providers only need to import the GTFS feed once and can then be used offline (but a network connection can be used for GTFS-realtime).

My Blog: http://fpuelz-kde.blogspot.com/
PublicTransport on UserBase: http://userbase.kde.org/Plasma/Public_Transport
PublicTransport on KDE projects: https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/publictransport
PublicTransport on ohloh.net: https://www.ohloh.net/p/publicTransport

You can donate me ;)

News
17.01.2013: Version 0.11 beta released
30.12.2012: Version 0.11 alpha 2 released
04.12.2012: Version 0.11 alpha released

Installation
To install PublicTransport download a package for your distribution. If there is no such package you can ask the appropriate packagers for your distribution to create one. Please leave a comment if a new package is created or if you use a package not mentioned in the download list here, so that I can add it.
If you want to install PublicTransport, but there are no packages available for you (yet?) or you want to try the newest version with no new package yet, you can use the installer script (install.sh) included in the Sources download.
But note that software installed with that installer script isn't managed by your package manager in any way and may produce conflicts with installed packages, eg. if PublicTransport is already installed via the package manager. The script should be quite easy to use and also lets you uninstall the software again. You need GIT to use the installer, because the sources are actually downloaded using GIT by the script (from git://anongit.kde.org/publictransport).

There's also a script for packagers, that can download tarballs for all PublicTransport components for a specific version.
You can clone the GIT repository from git://anongit.kde.org/publictransport (read only), which also clones all history. From your local clone of the repository you can checkout all tagged versions (see the HINTS_FOR_PACKAGE_MAINTAINERS file).
If you want to contribute code, you need a KDE account and you can clone the repository with SSH from this URL: git@git.kde.org:publictransport (read + write). You can of course also send me patches via email.

Note: The Sources tarball does not contain the sources, but a script to download them from it's GIT repository and the translations from KDE's SVN. The script asks for the version to compile and install.

Adding a Service Provider Plugin
- Install TimetableMate, maybe not included in the packages, but in the source archive.
- The filenames start with the country code, followed by "_" and an abbreviation of the service provider, e.g. "ch_sbb" for switzerland, service provider "SBB".
- You can test your script and the URLs with TimetableMate. It also offers syntax completion with documentation and templates for the parser functions, that get called by the data engine.
- Also works for GTFS providers
- After installation of your plugin you can open the configuration dialog of the public transport applet and the new provider should be in there.
- You can also open/edit existing providers by simply clicking "Open in TimetableMate..." in the provider data dialog (accessible from the configuration dialog).
- Checkout the documentation of the data engine, it contains much information about the data sources of the engine and how to create new provider plugins.

You are welcome to optimize the scripts in the existing providers in the "serviceProviders" directory in the data engine source directory.

Comments are appreciated.




Changelog:

17.01.2013:
(version 0.11 beta)
Many crash/bug fixes, visual polishing, see http://fpuelz-kde.blogspot.de/. (The install.sh script is actually unchanged, just select the new version)

30.12.2012:
(version 0.11 alpha 2)
Providers are now hosted on openDesktop.org, download via GHNS, many fixes etc. See http://fpuelz-kde.blogspot.de/. (The install.sh script is actually unchanged, just select the new version)

04.12.2012:
(version 0.11 alpha)
Many improvements, new features, GTFS support, etc. See http://fpuelz-kde.blogspot.de/.
Update: Improved install script, automatically select latest version for installation, show available versions sorted by date, allow switching to another version when starting the script again with the repository already cloned
Update 2: Allow selecting git HEAD for installation again (the script shows Current_Development_Version for it), HEAD contains a fix for building with GTFS support but without protocol buffers installed

18.10.2011:
(version 0.10 RC2)
Applet:
- Fix link errors
- Fix memory leaks
- Fix applet collapsing to popup icon in desktop
- Drawing performance improvements
- Use of KPixmapCache for vehicle type icons
- New monochrome icons, shown in the popup icon
- Add possibility to put the applet into the notification area
- Better layout adjustments for small sizes
- Change applet tooltip according to current departure group in popup icon
- Shorter alarm names, alarm names in notifications
- Nicer alarm background
- Fix color groups and route time display for arrivals
TimetableMate:
- Fix for missing KWebKitPart include file, it now uses KWebView directly
Library:
- Fix a crash with GraphicalTimetableLine (missing null pointer check)




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 Include errors

 
 by buschmann23 on: Mar 4 2011
 
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Some of the include files are added wrong. They are searched in the system include directories and not in the project directory. They are not installed at compile time. :)

See https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file?file=include-fixes.patch&package=libpublictransporthelper&project=home%3Abuschmann23%3AKDE4&srcmd5=8660442b311f2295df6d762ec5e0b2ed


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 Re: Include errors

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 4 2011
 
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The library can be installed before compiling the applets/runner/timetablemate. With angle brackets as it is now it needs to ;)

I had the library sources moving around a bit, starting as a sub-directory of the publictransport applet. Therefore I used angle brackets.

But now everything is in one GIT repository in it's own dir, so it should be ok to use double quotes as you suggested. As long as the library doesn't become an extern library, but why should it..

Pros / Cons:
+ Makes it compilable without previously installing the library.
+ Can't get confused with incompatible old library version.
-? Library sources need to be in the same root dir.. No problem I think.

So I'll change it to double quotes :)


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 Re: Include errors

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 4 2011
 
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... now I got it.. you only changed it for the unit tests of the library :) Yes, that's definitely wrong.

These tests aren't needed in a package. Maybe I should put them into a separate GIT branch to exclude them from the normal sources?


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 Re: Re: Include errors

 
 by buschmann23 on: Mar 4 2011
 
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If the compilation works, there is no problem for me. :) I could exclude them from the package after compilation has succeed.


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 Please go back

 
 by cmlr on: Mar 4 2011
 
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As Arch Linux maintainer, I find the current tarball organization much harder to work with than earlier versions. Please go back to the old system, where everything was included in a single tarball. Arch is a binary distribution, but for addons such as plasmoids, we use source. My script must explicitly list all downloads; it cannot download a script such as packagers.sh which downloads further files. This would create a security hole. So I have to read and modify your packagers.sh script. That's a lot of work.


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 Re: Please go back

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 4 2011
 
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You can simply clone the GIT repository and checkout the version you want:
> git clone git://anongit.kde.org/publictransport
> git tag -l (list versions)
> git checkout <VERSION> (eg. <VERSION> = unstable-0.10-beta7)

Or, if you want it in a tarball with a single command (example for version unstable-0.10-beta7):
> git archive --format=tar --remote=git://anongit.kde.org/publictransport unstable-0.10-beta7 | gzip > publictransport_0.10_beta7.tar.gz
(just as before)

These commands and more are described in the README file of the archive you download here.


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 Re: Re: Please go back

 
 by cmlr on: Mar 4 2011
 
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Thanks, that solves my problem.


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 db provider is gone

 
 by nashwan on: Mar 4 2011
 
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Where and how can i get the db service provider? It was gone one or two months ago in opensuse 11.3.
Without db it is not really useful for me. But public transport is a great App anyway.


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 Re: db provider is gone

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 4 2011
 
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You can go to https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/publictransport/repository/revisions/master/show/engine/accessorInfos, download de_db.js and de_db.xml, then install it using the configuration dialog of the applet (the little star on the right of the service provider combobox -> Install from local file).

Don't know why it's not in there (packager buschmann23 will know ;)). What version do you have?


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 Re: Re: db provider is gone

 
 by nashwan on: Mar 7 2011
 
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Installing the provider by local file was not possible. It said: Failure while executing cp ~/Downloads/de_db.xml /usr/share/kde4/apps/plasma_applet_publictransport/accessorInfos. Maybe that's part of the reason why it's gone in the packages?

@Buschmann: Your new package works great. Everything working as it should again Thank you very much for that.

And thanks for one of the best plasmoids


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 Re: Re: Re: db provider is gone

 
 by nashwan on: Mar 7 2011
 
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I forgot to mention: Copying the xml and js file manually to /usr/share/kde4/apps/plasma_applet_publictransport/accessorInfos didn't work.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: db provider is gone

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 7 2011
 
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It needs to be copied to .../plasma_engine_publictransport/...
It can be copied globally to /usr/share/kde4/apps/... or locally to ~/.kde4/share/apps/... (locally installed files are used preferably).

Normally the "Install From Local File" button should copy the files to the local installation directory, so that it doesn't need root permission. (only TimetableMate has a PolicyKit action to install files globally)
I'll check this.

But try to copy the files manually to /usr/share/kde4/apps/plasma_engine_publictransport/accessorInfos/. That should work.

Installation with a script file works since some version (I don't remember which). Maybe 0.9 didn't support that correctly (only installing the XML-file).


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 Re: db provider is gone

 
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Yes, you are right. In version 0.9 from repository KDE:Extra the DB provider is not available. I will investigate this issue. Currently I am working on packages for 0.10 betas.

You can find my packages here:

http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/buschmann23:/KDE4/

Warning: Currently libtransporthelper has version 0.9.97 (0.10 beta 7), the applets and engines are at version 0.9.95 (0.10 beta 5). The package is work in progress. I will promote 0.10 to KDE:Extra when it is stable. I will post a comment here, when 0.9.97 is ready in my repository.


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 Re: Re: db provider is gone

 
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0.10 Beta 7 has hit my repos. But it currently needs KDE SC 4.6 to run. Fpuelz is working on it to run on older versions on KDE SC.

Although the translations are currently not part of the package.


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 Localization

 
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How can I get the translations from KDE SVN? Easily? Or do I have to integrate them manually in my package?


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 Re: Localization

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 6 2011
 
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I just wrote another little script which collects all .po files from KDE's SVN, compiles them to .mo files and asks if it should also install them :)
You can select which languages you want to download and for which version of PublicTransport (it then chooses a suitable SVN revision).

It's also integrated into the installer script.

Are the .mo files enough? They're currently put into directory "l10n/build/output/<LANGUAGE_CODE>/....po.


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 Re: Re: Localization

 
 by fpuelz on: Mar 9 2011
 
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The script is now available for download here.


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 new pl_pkp accesor

 
 by FollowByWhiteRabbit on: Mar 6 2011
 
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Hi there again

It seems that delay information is on new PKP scheduler page again. If found some html pieces for you, but I can not send u them here because it is interpreted as text format ;) If you can send me a private message with your email address so I can send u html code by an ordinary text.

Cheers


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 Santiago, Chile.

 
 by AlejandroNova on: Mar 10 2011
 
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Is there any chance to do something with this?

http://www.transantiagoinforma.cl/paradero.do


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