Thank you very much for the information Michael.
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 4:23 AM, Michael Behrisch <o...@behrisch.de> wrote:
> Hi Dee,
> there is no way to achieve this with a route file because sumo does not
> load all vehicle definitions in advance but only when they are needed.
> If you give the vehicle definitions in an additional file instead, all
> will be parsed in advance but only if you define inidvidual vehicles not
> with flows. If you define your flow with an explicit number of vehicles
> it is of course easy to guess the vehicle ids because they all follow
> the same scheme <flow_id>.<running_index>.
> To retrieve the ids of all loaded vehicles you can use
> but this will not include finished vehicles.
> Best regards,
> Am 11.02.2018 um 22:37 schrieb Alan Dee:
> > Hello,
> > I have needed to get all the id's of vehicles (currently running in the
> > simulation, already left the simulation and entering into the
> > simulation) via TraCI to work with Veins. getIDList
> > <http://www.sumo.dlr.de/daily/pydoc/traci._vehicle.html#
> VehicleDomain-getIDList> is
> > supposed to provide the id's of currently running vehicles. For an
> > example, if I a flow with 100 vehicles has been determined to be entered
> > into simulation and only 40 vehicles have entered into the simulation
> > yet , I need to all the ids' including the other 60 vehicles'. Is there
> > a method to retrieve them? Please enlighten me in this.
> > Thanks,
> > Dee.
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