• Analyseren van het spoorplan en het maken van alle mogelijke rijwegen.
  • Sets the routes field in tracks, signals and sensors → route representation.
  • The dir track can be used to restrict a route generation only in that direction.
  • The Level connector can be used to connect distant elements (revision 2049+)
  • Turnout commands are added to the route.
  • Signal pair selection.
  • Module support.
  • Fiddle Yard support.
  • Limitation: The Track Plan objects of type "Accessory#" are not recognized. (See note at the page.)



  1. Track plan must be healthy before analyzing!
  2. Activated option Use block side routes in the Rocrail automatic tab.
  3. All items must be connected without a space in between them. Exception: Level connector
  4. Only one item at one position in the plan is allowed. (No overlapping.)
  5. The analyzer is based on the symbol sizes found in the default SpDrS60 theme. (See also themes basics)


The Analyzer can be activated manually.

The feature is started manually by

  • either entering z in the Rocrail server terminal if the -console option is active
  • or by selecting Analyze from the File menu of Rocview.

Clean up

On rerunning the analyzer after changes in the track plan all routes with an ID starting with “autogen-” that became invalid, e.g. due to changes in the relations of blocks or by introducing direction tracks, will be deleted from the route list.
Manually added routes not starting with “autogen-” will stay in the list unmodified.

Sensor Configuration

Sensors have to be assigned to the routes on the routes tab found in the block properties. The sensors are assigned to the routes all and all-reverse, respectively. The all route is for all routes heading towards the + side of the block (marked with the little + in SpDrS60 theme). The all-reverse route accordingly in used for all routes heading towards the - side of the block.

Level Connector

Level connectors can be used to connect distant elements: The analyzer is seeking for a counterpart (second level connector) in the same direction and ignores gaps and elements between these two. Example: Level connectors illustrating a bridge.

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