OpenGrade - software for teachers to keep track of grades
opengrade [options] [filename]
OpenGrade is a desktop application that lets teachers keep track of their students' grades. It can put the students' grade reports on a web server, and allow the students password-protected access to them.
See the full PDF documentation for more detailed information on the options.
Use the text-based interface rather than the graphical user interface.
Determines whether the two gradebook files are identical.
When used with --identical, allows opengrade to be used as an extension to the Unix diff program.
Copies one gradebook file to another.
Sets the output format for --copy.
Sets the output file for --copy.
For --copy, check the digital watermark and propagate it.
Set the input password for --copy.
Set the output password for --copy.
For --copy, introduce some modifications rather than simply copying.
After doing the operations specified in --modify, perform n undo operations.
Extract data from a gradbook file.
/usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/opengrade_icon.png - the program's icon
/usr/share/apps/opengrade/sounds/*.wav - sounds used for auditory feedback while entering grades
$HOME/.OpenGrade_prefs - a text file containing the user's preferences
OpenGrade's web page is at
where you can always find the latest version of the software. There is more extensive documentation available there as a PDF file. There is a page for OpenGrade on Freshmeat, at
where you can give comments, rate it, and subscribe to e-mail announcements of new releases.
OpenGrade was written by Ben Crowell, http://www.lightandmatter.com/personal/.
Copyright (C) 2002-2009 by Benjamin Crowell.
OpenGrade is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL, v. 2.