Any CS 3204 programming assignments which are not auto-graded must be submitted to the Curator in a standard gzip'd tar format. This requirement will apply to the "major" projects which will be demonstrated for the GTAs.
To create a gzip'd tar file, use the command: tar -zcf <name of your archive file> <names of files to include>
For example: tar -zcf myProject1.tgz *.h *.cpp
The deliverables that the submitted archive file must contain will be listed in each project specification.
For projects that are not auto-graded, this will generally include (but is not limited to) the following:
// On my honor:
// - I have not discussed the C++ language code in my program with
// anyone other than my instructor or the teaching assistants
// assigned to this course.
// - I have not used C++ language code obtained from another student,
// or any other unauthorized source, either modified or unmodified.
// - If any C++ language code or documentation used in my program
// was obtained from another source, such as a text book or course
// notes, that has been clearly noted with a proper citation in
// the comments of my program.
// - I have not designed this program in such a way as to defeat or
// interfere with the normal operation of the Curator System.
// <Student's Name>
For projects that are auto-graded, this will generally include (but is not limited to) the following:
Any design documentation required will be mentioned specifically in
the particular assignment. Be sure to check the assignments web page and read the FAQ.
Some programming assignments may require you to demonstrate your program to
one of the CS 2604 TAs during a scheduled demo time. Even if project
demonstrations are not required for all students, in the case of a
nonfunctional program, the TAs may require you to demonstrate your program
during their office hours.
Please send comments and suggestions to William McQuain at firstname.lastname@example.org.