Z/Changes from Version 0.10.3 to Version 0.11.0

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  • All
    • moved to xerces 3.0
    • moved to FOX1.6
    • changes in network format (use <SUMO_HOME>/tools/net/0103to0110.py to convert from old to new representation)
      • traffic light descriptions (18.05.2009)
      • descriptions of giving lanes free / prohibiting lanes for certain vehicle classes (10.06.2009)
      • moved character sections to attributes (22.-24.07.2009), see SUMO Road Networks
    • configuration xml format changed from <section><key>value</key></section> to <section key="value"/> (use <SUMO_HOME>/tools/10to11.py to convert from old to new representation)
    • The data-folder was removed; instead the examples got a part of the tests and are generated using these.
  • NETGEN
    • random networks may now contain bidirectional edges; the probability to have an edge being bidirectional is controlled by the --rand-bidi-probability <FLOAT> with default=1 (all edges are bidirectional)
    • The default junction type (option --default-junction-type) may now be only one of "priority", "right_before_left", or "traffic_light". Building agentbased and actuated traffic lights from within NETGEN will no longer be supported.
  • NETCONVERT
    • Nodes which have same or almost same positions are no longer joined per default.
    • Type descriptions allow a certain edge type to be discarded from being imported using the discard="x" attribute.
    • NETCONVERT can guess roundabouts; force using --guess-roundabouts
    • corrected usage of the spread_type attribute in edges; was: defect 111 correct usage of the spread_type attribute
    • patching problems with RoboCup Rescue League import
  • DUAROUTER
    • The default departure/arrival behaviour can be controlled on the command line, now. The following options were introduced for this purpose: --departlane, --departpos, --departspeed, --arrivallane, --arrivalpos, --arrivalspeed. See also Specification
  • JTRROUTER
    • The default departure/arrival behaviour can be controlled on the command line, now. The following options were introduced for this purpose: --departlane, --departpos, --departspeed, --arrivallane, --arrivalpos, --arrivalspeed. See also Specification