Fahrplan (fork)

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A Journey planner/Railway Time table for many train lines in europe and australia.

Current supported backends are:

  • Germany (bahn.de) - supports via station and GPS location.
  • Germany, Munich (mvv-muenchen.de)
  • Austria (oebb.at) - supports via station and GPS location.
  • Austria, Salzburg (svv-info.at) (migrate to hafas)
  • Denmark (rejseplanen.dk) - supports via station and GPS location. migrate
  • Switzerland (sbb.ch) - support via station, timetable with direction and GPS location.
  • Norway (reiseinfo.no / nri) - supports GPS location. migrate
  • Netherlands / Belgium (9292ov.nl) - supports via station and GPS location.
  • Sweden (vasttrafik.se) - supports via station and GPS location.
  • Sweden (resrobot.se)
  • Ireland (transportforireland.ie) - supports via station.
  • Australia, Victoria (ptv.vic.gov.au) - supports via station. (now hafa?s)
  • Australia, Sydney (transportnsw.info) - supports via station.
  • USA, SF Bay (511.org) - supports via station.
  • Dubai (rta.ae) - supports via station.
  • Finland (Matka.fi)

 

Calendar saving, as of 2.0.38, is fairly primitive. Displayed are:
Departure date, Departure Station, Train/Bus/Etc. and so on. It's minimal.

The original;
https://github.com/smurfy/fahrplan

My fork mods. I've fixed a number of backends and am working on memory management:
https://github.com/poetaster/fahrplan

 

 

Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.35-1.i486.rpm399.09 KB31/03/2022 - 11:50
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.35-1.armv7hl.rpm343.7 KB31/03/2022 - 11:50
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.35-1.aarch64.rpm354.17 KB31/03/2022 - 11:50
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.36-1.armv7hl.rpm346.05 KB03/04/2022 - 17:06
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.36-1.aarch64.rpm356.58 KB03/04/2022 - 17:06
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.36-1.i486.rpm401.95 KB03/04/2022 - 17:06
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.37-1.armv7hl.rpm346.34 KB08/04/2022 - 13:57
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.37-1.aarch64.rpm356.63 KB08/04/2022 - 13:57
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.37-1.i486.rpm401.69 KB08/04/2022 - 13:57
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.38-1.armv7hl.rpm350.92 KB14/04/2022 - 20:14
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.38-1.aarch64.rpm361.27 KB14/04/2022 - 20:14
File harbour-fahrplan2-2.0.38-1.i486.rpm406.84 KB14/04/2022 - 20:14
Changelog: 

2.0.38 - Save to Calendar, Migrate prefs, Sailjail perms

2.0.37 - Fix EFA backends, Munich, Sydney, Ireland

2.0.36 - Fix oebb.at and 9292ov.nl backends.

2.0.35 - Re-enabled the translation qrc

2.0.34 - add Sailjail

Comments

BlaeX's picture

Thanks a lot for this great app!

Jollafriend's picture

Thanks Poetaster for bringing back the feature to import journeys to the Sailfish calendar. I love this feature and I am happy that this is working again!

unsocialcortex's picture

One thing multiple sailfishers and i would be really happy about is a way to refresh an already opened connection without having to go back all the way to the search menu. Idk if you got time to implement that, but if one could just swipe down from the top or something to get the most recent train delay information it would be very nice

eisbaerle's picture

Kudos for carrying on the good work. I do have the issue of non-persistent favorites. After closing and re-opening the app, the favorites list is empty. XA2, OS v4.4, Fahrplan v2.0.37-1

poetaster's picture

2.0.38 contains both path fixes and migration of old config files. It should pull old ones if you have them.

poetaster's picture

Probably a sailjail paths issue. it's a bit tricky since the build still supports different architectures so It might take a bit. Please let me know if directroy and file:

~/.config/harbour-fahrplan2/fahrplan2.conf

exist. If they don't, try creating that file (empty should be ok).

The application namespace and sailjail is a bit tricky with this one since it's a mulitple platform build.

eisbaerle's picture

That conf file does the trick. After creating both, the directory and the conf file, everything goes swimmingly. Many thanks!

aviarus's picture

thank you very much. was the fix for  oebb to switch the URL from  http to https? i couldn't find out what they changed but if it was that then  i overlooked that part of  the  URL.

poetaster's picture

Yes, oebb was just the url. Some of the other hafas backends aren't happy with that alone. The EFA backends needed some tweaks. The EFA Munich backend seems reliable again and a couple more are in the pipe.

fingus's picture

Works good in Germany under SFOS 4.4