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usage:interlocking:start [2020-02-23 15:57]
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orwell distant signalling is implemented too
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   * The current route programming procedure can be very cumbersome, especially for large stations, where the number of routes to be programmed is exponential in the number of tracks in the station, or if the locations of switches and TCBs are far apart from each other. A proposal for a simplification is yet to be written.   * The current route programming procedure can be very cumbersome, especially for large stations, where the number of routes to be programmed is exponential in the number of tracks in the station, or if the locations of switches and TCBs are far apart from each other. A proposal for a simplification is yet to be written.
-  * A facility to reset components to a "default" state when a route holding a lock on it is freed. This could be used e.g. for level crossings that are integrated into the interlocking and should open again once the train has left the section covering the crossing. 
   * A "Signalbox Panel" view, like [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5b/Ausschnitt.png|this]]   * A "Signalbox Panel" view, like [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5b/Ausschnitt.png|this]]
   * Distant Signals (already reserved in signal aspect, but nothing else done yet)   * Distant Signals (already reserved in signal aspect, but nothing else done yet)
-  * Cab signalling (head-up display in train) 
  
  
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