[OSM-dev] easy-routes plugin for JOSM

Florian Schäfer florian at schaeferban.de
Mon Feb 15 19:16:02 UTC 2016

Hi Polyglot,
if you are interested in trying out the plugin, you can download it from
[1] as JAR file and put it into the ~/.josm/plugins/ directory.
But note, that it's only compatible with JOSM versions 8229–8904,
because it relies on a method that was removed last October [2] from the

An even easier way to try it out would be to clone from [3] and run
"./gradlew runJosm" inside the cloned directory (on Windows run
"./gradlew.bat runJosm" instead). This will start up a fresh instance of
JOSM (version 8904) with the easy-routes plugin already loaded. Only
requirement is that Java is installed. It won't interfere with other
JOSM-installations because it uses a separate JOSM-home-directory


[1]: https://github.com/floscher/easy-routes/releases/tag/v0.0.1
[3]: https://github.com/floscher/easy-routes

Am 15.02.2016 um 13:36 schrieb Jo:
> Hi Daniel,
> I don't see that plugin in the plugins list of JOSM. How does one use
> it and more importantly, how does one learn about its existence? I
> would like to test it, to see whether it already does most of what we
> need for PT in Belgium.
> Polyglot
> 2016-02-15 13:07 GMT+01:00 Daniel Koć <daniel at koć.pl
> <mailto:daniel at ko%C4%87.pl>>:
>     W dniu 14.02.2016 22:17, Vishal vijayvargiya napisał(a):
>         I am a master's student in algorithm and complexity
>         optimization group
>         at Simon Fraser University Canada. After going through
>         OpenStreetMap
>         wiki and project pages of OpenStreetMap, I came across GSOC
>         project of
>         "JOSM Plugin to assist with adding public transport routes".
>     You may be interested in such a plugin we use for updating public
>     transport routes in some polish cities:
>     https://github.com/mar5991/easy-routes
>     -- 
>     "Завтра, завтра всё кончится!" [Ф. Достоевский]
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