This hasn’t happened. For various reasons (which I won’t go into right now but read the rest of this blog and you may realise why) I haven’t found time. My code was a prototype and the code was not “production” quality (I always write quick, sometimes scrappy, code and tidy up later) but I didn’t want it lost to the EV community so I have published it as-is in the hope that others may continue the task. So I have now published the code as-is under the GNU GPLv3 license. Basically it is an Open Source license allowing anyone to do anything providing any derivative work is also published under a similar license. See http://www.gnu.org/licenses/quick-guide-gplv3.en.html So here ends my involvement with developing a route planner. I hope others can take the concept forward and use my code in the spirit of Open Source software. The code can be found here: https://github.com/PaulChurchley/EV-Route-Planner
I didn’t want it lost to the EV community so I have published it as-is in the hope that others may continue the task.
http://www.evzone.org.uk/planner/ )and made available a prototype version that included probably about 50% of what I thought it really needed in the hope that I would get feedback and then develop it further.