Turnin


Use the command turnin to submit your project. Its usage is:

turnin --submit <grader> <assignment-name> <file1> <file2> ...

For this course one of the graders is thunt. The assignment names will be cs373pj1 for Project #1, cs373pj2 for Project #2, and so on.

Whenever you submit a file, it gets time stamped.

Confirmation


You can see whether the submission was successful or not by giving the following command:

turnin --list <grader> <assignment-name>

This will show the list of files which got submitted.

Example


If you want to submit the text file Collatz.zip for Project #1: Collatz, then, give the following command:

turnin --submit thunt cs373pj1 Collatz.zip

confirm:

turnin --list thunt cs373pj1

and download:

turnin --verify thunt cs373pj1

Caution


If you submit a file a second time, then the previous file and its time stamp will get overwritten. Once submitted, you can not undo your submission (although you can overwrite any file).

More Information


Type man turnin on any department Unix machine (press space to page forward and q to quit).