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README.md

CMD Challenge

This repo holds the challenges for cmdchallenge.com

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Contribute

  • Add a new entry to challenges.yml.
    • Pick a unique slug name.
    • Type a description.
    • Add directory and supporting files for the challenge in the var/challenges dir. A README will automatically be created in the challenge directory based on the description in challenges.yaml.
    • Add an example solution.
    • Add expected output if the command has output that should be verified.
    • Add a test script to ro_volume/cmdtests/ if tests are needed after the command is run (see other challenge examples).
    • Add your github username or name to the author field.
  • Run make test to make sure your new challenge works with the example.
  • Submit a pull request.

Installation

  • Install docker on your machine
  • virtualenv -p $(which python2.7) venv2.7
  • source venv2.7/bin/activate
  • pip install -r requirements.txt

Testing

  • make test

Assuming you have docker installed running make test will create a new docker image, load it and run all tests.

  • ./bin/test_challenges <test_name> Test a single challenge using the currently built docker container or all challenges (faster than make test).

Bugs / Suggestions

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