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Yes it works, updated Windows bat with precompiled targets:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By0QjFcdxojodzA3Z3hoV3ZNaVk

Thank you very much, @Bucky Kid!

All you need to generate routing data for GraphHopper is this:
GraphHopper.bat, config.properties, graphhopper-tools-0.10-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar and, of course, the .pbf file.

How can I generate graphhopper-tools-VERSION-jar-with-dependencies.jar file myself?

You can also build a Ubuntu VM (and install Java, aka "sudo apt-get install default-jdk"), copy the graphhopper source over and build a small set of routing data with "graphhopper.sh import xxx" this will compile the JAR files automatically before importing, which you can then copy the project to your Windows PC.

BTW I would recommend adding parameters "-Xms512m -Xmx12g " to JAVA_OPT in the BAT file. "-XmsYYYm" is the starting memory allocation where YYY is your memory in "m" (megs), and -XmxZZZg is the maximum memory allocation where ZZZ is your memory in g (gigs), especially if you plan on building routing files larger than 1GB in size (as JVM defaults to 1GB or 75% of memory on Windows).
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How can I generate graphhopper-tools-VERSION-jar-with-dependencies.jar file myself?

If you mean on Windows, you need Maven (extract to gH dir and rename apache-maven-3.5.0 to maven) and Cygwin/MinGW to run the shell script. Then launch bash graphopper.sh build (on Linux run only the shell command)

@menion: hike works. Is there a complete list of profiles?
A small bug in UI - when switching between profiles in config dialog, compute command checkbox disappears (and compute command option is always reset).
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Yes it works, updated Windows bat with precompiled targets:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By0QjFcdxojodzA3Z3hoV3ZNaVk

The pbf size has no hard limitation except RAM and disk space so just try how big data it's able to compile
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