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1Road Signs Plugin
2=================
3
4Shows a GUI dialog to tag objects by clicking on road sign symbols.
5It tries to generate the corresponding tags for the object.
6As tagging schemes are under constant development, the definitions
7need to be updated when needed.
8
9Author:
10    Paul Hartmann <phaaurlt@googlemail.com>
11
12License:
13    GPL v2 or later.
14
15Acknowledgements:
16    Inspired by the Verkehrszeichen Tool [1] by Sebastian Hohmann.
17    Basically, this plugin is a port to Java and the JOSM (plugin) framework.
18    [1] http://osmtools.de/traffic_signs/
19
20    Pics have been derived from
21        http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bildtafel_der_Verkehrszeichen_in_Deutschland (german street sign SVGs)
22
23JavaCC usage:
24-------------
25
26There is a simple format to insert parameters into strings. E.g. keys,
27values and refs in the preset file can contain '$foo' or '${foo}' which
28will be replaced by the value of the parameter named foo.
29(Textual "$" or "\" is escaped as "\$" or "\\".)
30
31javacc is used for easier tokenization. All *.java files in the folder
32plugins/roadsigns/javacc are auto generated. To create them, execute
33
34    javacc ParamString.jj
35
36(Provided javacc is installed. Not necessary if that file is not changed.)
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