The primary tool used for project submission is submit. This command
is used to submit your project for grading. This command copies the project files
you specify into your submission directory which belongs to your instructor. Graders
compile, execute and view your files in the submission directory.
The format of the submit command for this course is
where "Project Name" is proj1, proj2, proj3, proj4 and proj5.
and "list-of-files" is the list of source files, makefile, read-me files, etc. that
you wish to submit for your project.
For example, to submit the files proj1.cpp and bob.cpp for project 1, you would enter
submit cs202 proj1 proj1.cpp bob.cpp
After entering this command, you should get a confirmation that submit worked okay.
Specifically, a confirmation will be printed for each file
You may submit the same file more than once for the same project.
In this case, the submit command will ask you to verify that you
want to overwrite the previously submitted file. Only the most
recently submitted file will be graded. For example, if you were
to submit a new version of bob.cpp for proj1, you would enter
submit cs202 proj1 bob.cpp
and see the message
It seems you have already submitted a file named bob.cpp.
Do you wish to overwrite? (y/n):
Enter "y" to submit a new version of bob.cpp (the old one is gone forever) or enter
"n" to abort the submission.