SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

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Very cool. Question: I'm running SCARM via WINE on my Mac. Would this latest version require a complete re-installation or is there a software update function that works like on Win?
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I am afraid that the sim is not compatible with Wine. However, I plan to move the source code on more recent developing platform and to make it working on Linux/Wine, even in 3D. Not sure when, but that is the plan :)

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Ok I can wait :)
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Nice work Mixy. The ability to test operation on ones design is brilliant.

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Thank you, guys :)

And here are the SCARM model trains blog posts for September.

See also the recently published gallery in the blog from one of the largest modular layout meetings in Europe:

35 Years Anniversary FREMO Meeting in Riesa, Germany

Overall meeting hall view:

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The track plan, situated on more than 6000 m2 (64500 square feet):

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That is designed probably in AutoCAD or other similar general purpose CAD software, not in SCARM. However, I am considering adding of features for creating of modular layouts also in SCARM for some of the next versions of the program :)

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DAMN. That's so BIG :shock:
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And I had no time to visit. :( In front right is the H0-USA-Layout with some of our modules from http://www.AMREG.de (American Model Railroaders of Eastern Germany). I hope, the next big FREMO anniversary is with TT-USA-Modules. :wink:
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I was not able to go there too, but 16 members from my local club was participating with TT and N scale modules. May be I will go next year ;)

And here are the SCARM model railroad blog posts for October.

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As always, thanks Mixy.
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