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AUACM

Welcome to the Auburn ACM site source code

We're Auburn students building a platform for collaborative and competitive programming as well as a community of excited developers.

Think this is cool and want to get involved? Email us at auburnacm@gmail.com or join us on Slack! We'd love you to help us out!

Just a quick note: we only support Ubuntu and MacOS for development. If you use any other development platform, we will not be able to assist you.

Mac Installation

  1. cd to the /../auacm/setup/ directory

  2. execute the script ./macos_setup.sh. This will walk you through setting up the development environment for the site.

    To see more detailed instructions, view the Installation docs

Ubuntu Installation

  1. cd to the /../auacm/setup/ directory

  2. execute the script ./ubuntu_setup.sh. This will walk you through setting up the development environment for the site.

    To see more detailed instructions, view the Installation docs

Creating Judge Times for Problems

So, you probably want to actually time out after a reasonable amount of time. To generate all of the judge times on your host machine, simply set up the project as you usually would, then from the same directory as run.py, simply run $ ./time_problems.py. It may take a while, as it runs all of the submissions in serial.