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#21
(15.01.2021, 13:42)routeconverter Wrote: The BRouter profiles where downloaded before the first rendering of routes. I've moved this to the startup phase so they're in the Options dialog even if no route has been rendered yet.

I haven't created a new RouteConverterPortable release with the changes yet. Please stay tuned.

Christian,
 Brouter profiles were really downloaded/shown if RC was restarted with a route request before - so this works now Smile 

But, the "time" problem ist still in this version I have downloaded some minutes before. ( port_pre_30.215 ? ), RC is blocked more or less. Date and Time spec is ok. (you may shift this to the "position empty thread")

Attached a log file, it may help. Sad

Wilfried


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#22
(16.01.2021, 17:58)WWAK Wrote:
(15.01.2021, 13:42)routeconverter Wrote: The BRouter profiles where downloaded before the first rendering of routes. I've moved this to the startup phase so they're in the Options dialog even if no route has been rendered yet.

I haven't created a new RouteConverterPortable release with the changes yet. Please stay tuned.

Christian,
 Brouter profiles were really downloaded/shown if RC was restarted with a route request before - so this works now Smile 

But, the "time" problem ist still in this version I have downloaded some minutes before. ( port_pre_30.215 ? ), RC is blocked more or less. Date and Time spec is ok. (you may shift this to the "position empty thread")

Attached a log file, it may help. Sad

Wilfried

Addition to my post:
If I download the latest RouteconverterWindowsPrerelease.jar (.30.217 -13-01.21) ace in the protablecopy it to the proper place in the portable version and rename it to RouteConverterWindowsOpenSource.jar it.
This "manipulation"
starts properly Smile
and
has no problem to show the time column as expected. Smile

But no idea if this is correct  according Christians program development Sad ?

Wilfried
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#23
(16.01.2021, 17:58)WWAK Wrote: But, the "time" problem ist still in this version I have downloaded some minutes before. ( port_pre_30.215 ? ), RC is blocked more or less. Date and Time spec is ok. (you may shift this to the "position empty thread")


That's the reason why I wrote:

Quote:I haven't created a new RouteConverterPortable release with the changes yet. Please stay tuned.


To create a new RouteConverterPortable release, I always need to switch to one special VM on one special machine and do it manually....
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#24
(17.01.2021, 11:21)WWAK Wrote: But no idea if this is correct  according Christians program development Sad ?

At least, it works and I'd expect it to work. Everything else, i.e. all the other files except the JAR, are just needed to let RouteConverter become a portable app.
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#25
(18.01.2021, 14:43)routeconverter Wrote:
(17.01.2021, 11:21)WWAK Wrote: But no idea if this is correct  according Christians program development Sad ?

At least, it works and I'd expect it to work. Everything else, i.e. all the other files except the JAR, are just needed to let RouteConverter become a portable app.

So if I read your answer correctly I just have to replace/rename the .jar file to have the "most actual" (Prerelease) RC portable  app.

Thanks and great Smile Smile Smile

Wilfried
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#26
(18.01.2021, 18:37)WWAK Wrote: So if I read your answer correctly I just have to replace/rename the .jar file to have the "most actual" (Prerelease) RC portable  app.

That's correct. And the reason why I've been reluctant with these portable apps: RouteConverter was always designed as a standalone program, which "only" needs Java installed. The advantage of the PortableApps for RouteConverter is that it doesn't store data in the Windows Registry but in the file Data\settings\RouteConverter.reg (if you knew [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\Prefs\slash\common\io] "application/Directory"="%USERPROFILE%\.routeconverter")

Anyway, here's a new PortableApps version from the latest prerelease:
https://www.routeconverter.com/prereleases/en
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