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This is the Changelog for Judge0 CE. The Changelog for Judge0 Extra CE can be found here. Learn more about their difference here.

v1.13.0 (2021-03-10)

Huge thanks to Filtered for sponsoring this release.

New Features

  • Added support for enable_network configuration flag. With the new ALLOW_ENABLE_NETWORK configuration variable, usage of this flag can be permitted or denied. Furthermore, with the new ENABLE_NETWORK configuration variable the default value of this flag can be set for every submission.
  • Added USE_DOCS_AS_HOMEPAGE configuration variable, which allows you to show or hide Judge0 homepage. Now, by default, Judge0 homepage is empty and does not show the API documentation. However, you can still access the API documentation via /docs.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed the bug where the wrong number of workers would be reported via /workers.

Security Fixes

  • HIGH Fixed a security bug where certain submission configuration settings would allow the user to run a program that would run infinetly long. With this fix wall_time_limit must be at least 1 second.

Other Changes

  • Allow setting the max_file_size and stack_limit to 0 kB.
  • Allow setting the cpu_time_limit and cpu_extra_time to 0 seconds.
  • Updated to a port 2358 as a new default port for Judge0 as a online code execution service.
  • Updated the default number of Judge0 Workers, those that acutally run the user's code, to the 2*nproc. This has been shown as a good choice for general purpose use-case.
  • Updated the default number of Rails threads to nproc and Rails processes to 2. This has been shown as a good choice for general purpose use-case.
  • Updated Let's Encrypt Docker image for deployment with HTTPS.
  • Updated Nginx proxy Docker image that is used in development setup and deployment with HTTPS.
  • Fixed documentation typos. Thank you @balababa.
    • Pull Requests: #245
  • Updated base image to judge0/compilers:1.4.0 which uses updated Isolate to @ad39cc4d.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how Judge0 is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

Please note that Judge0 has only been tested on Linux and macOS, and might not work on Windows, thus we do not provide support for it.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract the release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.13.0/judge0-v1.13.0.zip
unzip judge0-v1.13.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait a few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-v1.13.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 CE v1.13.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>:2358.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract the release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.13.0/judge0-v1.13.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-v1.13.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-v1.13.0-https:
cd judge0-v1.13.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait a few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 CE v1.13.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

v1.12.0 (2020-10-18)

New Features

  • Added support for invalidating statistics cache using the invalidate_cache query parameter.
  • Added rake task judge0:run_in_queue to manually run submissions that might have stuck in the In Queue state.
  • Added support for specifying CALLBACKS_MAX_TRIES and CALLBACKS_TIMEOUT. This is a global configuration that applies to all submissions that have defined webhooks (HTTP callbacks).
  • Added support for submission caching to reduce the number of unnecessary database hits. Cache duration can be controlled with the SUBMISSION_CACHE_DURATION variable which is currently set to 1 second by default. Submissions are only cached for GET /submissions/<token> route. Cache files are written to the server's file system and are automatically cleared every day at midnight. This is the first step toward more serious submission caching in the future.

Improvements

  • Update PostgreSQL to 13.0 and Redis to 6.0.
  • Reschedule failed jobs after 0.1 seconds with 100 attempts.
  • Send only submission ID to the worker and not the whole serialized submission.
  • Automatically restart Judge0 server without the need for Docker restart policies. Use the RESTART_MAX_TRIES variable to specify the maximum number of restart tries.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug in the is_project method of submission model where an exception was raised and not handled properly due to unknown language.

Other Changes

  • Use Docker volumes for storing Postgres and Redis data instead of mounting directories. This is now the new recommended setting.
  • Added Resque Web to the development stack.
  • Changed binding ports for Nginx and documentation server in the development stack. Nginx is now bound to port 80, and the development server to port 3001.
  • Removed port bindings of Postgres and Redis in the development stack.
  • Added PgBouncer to the development stack for testing and experimenting.
  • Changed recommended values for POSTGRES_DB and POSTGRES_USER. Both are now judge0.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how Judge0 is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

Please note that Judge0 has only been tested on Linux and macOS, and might not work on Windows, thus we do not provide support for it.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.12.0/judge0-v1.12.0.zip
unzip judge0-v1.12.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait a few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-v1.12.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.12.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.12.0/judge0-v1.12.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-v1.12.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-v1.12.0-https:
cd judge0-v1.12.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait a few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.12.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

v1.11.0 (2020-09-09)

New Features

  • Added queue size into response of /workers.

Improvements

  • Set configuration defaults even if judge0.conf is not present. Thank you @vvalchev.

Other Changes

  • Updated documentation with some better explanation on the use of base64_encoded query parameter. Thank you @mejibyte.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how Judge0 is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

Please note that Judge0 has only been tested on Linux and might not work on Windows or macOS, thus we do not provide support for these systems.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.11.0/judge0-v1.11.0.zip
unzip judge0-v1.11.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-v1.11.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.11.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/judge0/releases/download/v1.11.0/judge0-v1.11.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-v1.11.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-v1.11.0-https:
cd judge0-v1.11.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.11.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

v1.10.0 (2020-07-27)

New Features

  • Added support for multi-file programs in the terms of adding a new special language called Multi-file program. In total there are now 47 active languages.
ID Name Note
89 Multi-file program

Multi-file programs allow you specify your own compilation and execution scripts that Judge0 will use.

To use multi-file program feature you need to choose a language called Multi-file program whoose ID is 89. Moreover, you need to send all program files with additional_files attribute. With multi-file programs attribute source_code cannot be used, i.e. all files should be sent with additional_files attribute.

For the Judge0 to know how to compile and execute your multi-file program you need to provide two special files that should be available in the root of the .zip archive that you are sending with additional_files attribute. These files should be named compile and run, and are expected to be Bash scripts that know how to compile and execute your multi-file program. If your multi-file program does not need compilation step, then you don't need to provide compile script. Take a look at this example to learn how to use this feature to compile and run multi-file C++ project that uses CMake.

Other Changes

  • Updated gems.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how Judge0 is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.10.0/judge0-v1.10.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-v1.10.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-v1.10.0-https:
cd judge0-v1.10.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.10.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.10.0/judge0-v1.10.0.zip
unzip judge0-v1.10.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-v1.10.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.10.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.9.0 (2020-06-10)

Huge thanks to Filtered for sponsoring this release.

New Features

  • Added support for configuration variable RAILS_SERVER_PROCESSES which allows to create multiple processes for handling requests.

Other Changes

  • Updated gems.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how Judge0 is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.9.0/judge0-v1.9.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-v1.9.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-v1.9.0-https:
cd judge0-v1.9.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.9.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.9.0/judge0-v1.9.0.zip
unzip judge0-v1.9.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-v1.9.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 v1.9.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.8.0 (2020-05-28)

Huge thanks to Filtered for sponsoring this release.

New Features

  • Added 4 new languages, and in total there are now 46 active languages.
ID Name Note
85 Perl (5.28.1) Sponsored by Filtered.
86 Clojure (1.10.1) Sponsored by Filtered.
87 F# (.NET Core SDK 3.1.202) Sponsored by Filtered.
88 Groovy (3.0.3) Sponsored by Filtered.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed /statistics route caching.

Other Changes

  • Updated gems.
  • Increased default CPU_TIME_LIMIT to 5, CPU_EXTRA_TIME to 1, MAX_CPU_EXTRA_TIME to 5 and WALL_TIME_LIMIT to 10 seconds.
  • Changed HOME environment variable value for sandbox to /tmp.
  • Updated isolate to @9be3ff6f.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 API is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how the Judge0 API is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.8.0/judge0-api-v1.8.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.8.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-api-v1.8.0-https:
cd judge0-api-v1.8.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.8.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.8.0/judge0-api-v1.8.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.8.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.8.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.8.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.7.1 (2020-05-06)

Bug Fixes

  • Compile Swift before executing since default file size limit of 1MB for execution is not enough for Swift to run successfully. Compilation has a file size limit of 4MB by default which seems to be enough for Swift to compile. Thanks @OliverwengFiltered.
  • Fixed environment loading for Telemetry Client.

Other Changes

  • Set VIRTUAL_HOST environment variable in Dockerfile to value 3000.
  • Updated Telemetry Client to version c62fa63d.
  • Added separated Docker Compose files for server and workers.
  • Renamed service worker to workers and api to server.

Deployment Procedure

Judge0 API is collecting telemetry data to help understand how to improve the product and to better understand how the Judge0 API is used in various production environments. Read more about telemetry here.

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.7.1/judge0-api-v1.7.1-https.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.7.1-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-api-v1.7.1-https:
cd judge0-api-v1.7.1-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.7.1 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.7.1/judge0-api-v1.7.1.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.7.1.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.7.1
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.7.1 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.7.0 (2020-05-05)

Huge thanks to sponsors of this release: Filtered and Evalart.

New Features

  • Added 10 new languages, and in total there are now 42 active languages.
ID Name Note
75 C (Clang 7.0.1)
76 C++ (Clang 7.0.1)
77 COBOL (GnuCOBOL 2.2) Sponsored by Evalart.
78 Kotlin (1.3.70) Sponsored by Filtered.
79 Objective-C (Clang 7.0.1) Sponsored by Filtered and Evalart.
80 R (4.0.0) Sponsored by Filtered.
81 Scala (2.13.2) Sponsored by Filtered.
82 SQL (SQLite 3.27.2) Sponsored by Filtered. (*)
83 Swift (5.2.3) Sponsored by Filtered and Evalart.
84 Visual Basic.Net (vbnc 0.0.0.5943) Sponsored by Filtered.

(*) Watch this asciicast to learn how to use this language.

Other Changes

  • Increased default MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT to 512000.
  • Set compile CPU time limit to MAX_CPU_TIME_LIMIT.
  • Set compile wall time limit to MAX_WALL_TIME_LIMIT.
  • Redirect input from /dev/null when compiling. Thank you @gollux for your help.

Deployment Procedure

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.7.0/judge0-api-v1.7.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.7.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-api-v1.7.0-https:
cd judge0-api-v1.7.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.7.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.7.0/judge0-api-v1.7.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.7.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.7.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.7.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.6.0 (2020-05-01)

New Features

  • Added support for automatically redirecting stderr to stdout of the running program with the configuration flag redirect_stderr_to_stdout. Added configuration variable REDIRECT_STDERR_TO_STDOUT that can be used for setting default behaviour for every submission.
  • Added configuration variable DISALLOW_ORIGIN that can be used for disabling CORS only for specific origins.
  • Added configuration variables ALLOW_IP and DISALLOW_IP that can be used for allowing/disallowing only specific IP addresses that can use instance of Judge0 API.
  • Added support for built in maintenance mode that can be enabled with configuration variables MAINTENANCE_MODE and MAINTENANCE_MESSAGE. In maintenance mode clients cannot create or delete submissions i.e. they cannot create new database changes.
  • Added support for universal field * which returns all attributes of a submission.
  • Added route GET /statistics which returns some basic and useful information about Judge0 API instance. Statistic report is cached for 10 minutes.
  • Added basic support for callbacks which are called with HTTP verb PUT.
  • Added support for presetting custom additional files in a sandbox.
  • Added routes GET /submissions/batch and POST /submissions/batch batch create and show or submissions.

Improvements

  • Use Redis queue with name that corresponds with the current Judge0 API version. This allows multiple instances of different versions of Judge0 API to use the same Redis instance.
  • Refactored submission field checking.
  • Refactored setting up of default values.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug that ignored custom setting of configuration variables enable_per_process_and_thread_time_limit and enable_per_process_and_thread_memory_limit.
  • Fixed a bug where cgroups flags for isolate were chosen in the wrong conditions.
  • Fixed a bug that caused Internal Error because sandbox cleanup failed.
  • Fixed a bug where low memory_limit would cause Internal Error. Minimum required value for memory_limit is now 2048.

Security Fixes

  • Fixed a bug that allowed creation of an arbitrary size of the compile output.

Other Changes

  • Do not implicitly force wide open CORS settings when in development mode. I.e. variable ALLOW_ORIGIN can now also be used in development mode.
  • Removed output of configuration settings when server or worker starts.
  • Updated all the gems except Rails to the latest versions.
  • Changed default value of enable_per_process_and_thread_memory_limit to false.
  • Don't show total number of workers in /workers that is determined with configuration variable COUNT because that number is not relevant.
  • Changed the default port to 80 in Docker Compose file.
  • Limited the log size to 100 MB in Docker Compose file.
  • Added logging to run-workers script.
  • Updated dummy client default values.
  • Added Docker Compose file for HTTPS support.
  • Refactored all development and production scripts from scripts directory.
  • Refactored judge0-api.conf file.

Deployment Procedure

With HTTPS (SSL/TLS)

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.6.0/judge0-api-v1.6.0-https.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.6.0-https.zip
  1. Change directory to judge0-api-v1.6.0-https:
cd judge0-api-v1.6.0-https
  1. Edit docker-compose.yml and change variables VIRTUAL_HOST, LETSENCRYPT_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL.
  2. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
docker-compose up -d db redis nginx letsencrypt
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.6.0 is now available at https://<YOUR DOMAIN>.

With HTTP

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.6.0/judge0-api-v1.6.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.6.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.6.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.6.0 is now available at http://<IP ADDRESS OF YOUR SERVER>.

v1.5.0 (2020-01-01)

New Features

  • Added 30 new languages, archived 42 languages and kept active 2 languages from the last release. In total, there are now 32 active languages that can be used and all are updated to their latest versions as of the date of this release. Archived languages cannot be used anymore. Following table shows a status of every language that API supports.
ID Name Status
1 Bash (4.4) archived
2 Bash (4.0) archived
3 Basic (fbc 1.05.0) archived
4 C (gcc 7.2.0) archived
5 C (gcc 6.4.0) archived
6 C (gcc 6.3.0) archived
7 C (gcc 5.4.0) archived
8 C (gcc 4.9.4) archived
9 C (gcc 4.8.5) archived
10 C++ (g++ 7.2.0) archived
11 C++ (g++ 6.4.0) archived
12 C++ (g++ 6.3.0) archived
13 C++ (g++ 5.4.0) archived
14 C++ (g++ 4.9.4) archived
15 C++ (g++ 4.8.5) archived
16 C# (mono 5.4.0.167) archived
17 C# (mono 5.2.0.224) archived
18 Clojure (1.8.0) archived
19 Crystal (0.23.1) archived
20 Elixir (1.5.1) archived
21 Erlang (OTP 20.0) archived
22 Go (1.9) archived
23 Haskell (ghc 8.2.1) archived
24 Haskell (ghc 8.0.2) archived
25 Insect (5.0.0) archived
26 Java (OpenJDK 9 with Eclipse OpenJ9) archived
27 Java (OpenJDK 8) archived
28 Java (OpenJDK 7) archived
29 JavaScript (nodejs 8.5.0) archived
30 JavaScript (nodejs 7.10.1) archived
31 OCaml (4.05.0) archived
32 Octave (4.2.0) archived
33 Pascal (fpc 3.0.0) archived
34 Python (3.6.0) archived
35 Python (3.5.3) archived
36 Python (2.7.9) archived
37 Python (2.6.9) archived
38 Ruby (2.4.0) archived
39 Ruby (2.3.3) archived
40 Ruby (2.2.6) archived
41 Ruby (2.1.9) archived
42 Rust (1.20.0) archived
43 Plain Text Renamed from Text (plain text).
44 Executable Not changed.
45 Assembly (NASM 2.14.02) NEW
46 Bash (5.0.0) NEW
47 Basic (FBC 1.07.1) NEW
48 C (GCC 7.4.0) NEW
49 C (GCC 8.3.0) NEW
50 C (GCC 9.2.0) NEW
51 C# (Mono 6.6.0.161) NEW
52 C++ (GCC 7.4.0) NEW
53 C++ (GCC 8.3.0) NEW
54 C++ (GCC 9.2.0) NEW
55 Common Lisp (SBCL 2.0.0) NEW
56 D (DMD 2.089.1) NEW
57 Elixir (1.9.4) NEW
58 Erlang (OTP 22.2) NEW
59 Fortran (GFortran 9.2.0) NEW
60 Go (1.13.5) NEW
61 Haskell (GHC 8.8.1) NEW
62 Java (OpenJDK 13.0.1) NEW
63 JavaScript (Node.js 12.14.0) NEW
64 Lua (5.3.5) NEW
65 OCaml (4.09.0) NEW
66 Octave (5.1.0) NEW
67 Pascal (FPC 3.0.4) NEW
68 PHP (7.4.1) NEW
69 Prolog (GNU Prolog 1.4.5) NEW
70 Python (2.7.17) NEW
71 Python (3.8.1) NEW
72 Ruby (2.7.0) NEW
73 Rust (1.40.0) NEW
74 TypeScript (3.7.4) NEW
  • Added route GET /languages/:id for getting all attributes of specified language.
  • Added route GET /languages/all for getting a list of all languages (archived and active).
  • Added route DELETE /submissions/:token for deleting specified submission. Only authorized requests (users) are allowed to delete a submission.
  • Added configuration variable ENABLE_SUBMISSION_DELETE with default value set to false. By default you cannot delete a submission as long as this variable is set to false. When set to true then only authorized requests (users) can delete specific submission.
  • Added info routes GET /about, GET /version, GET /license and GET /isolate. Last route GET /isolate returns result from isolate --version command.

Improvements

  • Updated base image to judge0/api-base:1.0.0 which uses Debian "buster" and has installed Ruby 2.7.0.
  • Improved handling of an server error when one or more submission attributes cannot be serialized to JSON without Base64 encoding. User now gets an error with instructions to use base64_encoded=true query parameter.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed example in configuration for using ALLOW_ORIGIN variable with multiple origins.
  • Fixed a bug where value of MAX_MAX_PROCESSES_AND_OR_THREADS was used as default value for max_processes_and_or_threads attribute of submission, whereas MAX_PROCESSES_AND_OR_THREADS should be used.

Other Changes

  • Increased maximum allowed compiler_options and command_line_arguments length to 512 characters.
  • Increased default value of MAX_PROCESSES_AND_OR_THREADS to 60.
  • Increased default value of MAX_MAX_PROCESSES_AND_OR_THREADS to 120.
  • Changed default value of RAILS_ENV to production.
  • Changed default value of INTERVAL to 0.1.
  • Updated year in LICENSE.
  • Added environment variables JUDGE0_{HOMEPAGE,SOURCE_CODE,MAINTAINER,VERSION}. Isolate sandbox inherits these variables and they are now available for use in user code.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.5.0/judge0-api-v1.5.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.5.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.5.0
docker-compose up -d db redis
sleep 10s
docker-compose up -d
sleep 5s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.5.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.4.0 (2019-10-31)

New Features

  • Added support for compiler_options and command_line_arguments.
  • Added configuration variables ENABLE_COMPILER_OPTIONS, ALLOWED_LANGUAGES_FOR_COMPILER_OPTIONS and ENABLE_COMMAND_LINE_ARGUMENTS for controlling usage of compiler options and command line arguments.

Security Improvements

  • Run compilation process for compiled languages inside sandbox and use values of limit configuration variables for controlling sandbox resources.
  • Move application location from /usr/src/api to /api to prevent untrusted code from reading it.

Other Changes

  • Don't link math library for C language by default. You now need to send -lm in compiler_options.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.4.0/judge0-api-v1.4.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.4.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.4.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.4.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.3.1 (2019-09-16)

Improvements

  • Improved handling exec format error by introducing new status Exec Format Error.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed bug where execution of Go code with no main package would induce execve("./main"): No such file or directory because Go compiler wouldn't create main binary.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.3.1/judge0-api-v1.3.1.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.3.1.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.3.1
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.3.1 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.3.0 (2019-09-15)

New Features

  • Added MAX_QUEUE_SIZE variable that defines a maximum submission queue size. If there is a new submission request and the queue is full, then that submission will be rejected.

Improvements

  • Improved worker shutdown procedure. Workers are now gracefully shutdown on docker stop.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug where authentication token was auto converted to integer.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.3.0/judge0-api-v1.3.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.3.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.3.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.3.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.2.2 (2019-09-07)

Securty Fixes

  • Fixed a bug that allowed anybody to read judge0-api.conf file. This bug was introduced in version v1.2.1 when config was mounted into container. With this fix, config is still mounted into container but not in /usr/src/api folder but rather in /. Root folder is not binded in isolate sandbox, whereas /usr/src/api is.

Other Changes

  • Don't allow execution of scripts in /usr/src/api folder.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.2.2/judge0-api-v1.2.2.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.2.2.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.2.2
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.2.2 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.2.1 (2019-08-24)

Improvements

  • Improved config loading. Config can now be changed and reload just with docker-compose restart command.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed bug in run-worker script that didn't consider COUNT config variable.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.2.1/judge0-api-v1.2.1.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.2.1.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.2.1
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.2.1 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.2.0-nim0.20.0 (2019-06-26)

This image contains only The Nim Programming Language. Free public instance of this image is available on https://nim.api.judge0.com.

This image was build for the purpose of creating dedicated web playground for this language, and in the future I will add and deploy every new release of it. In the nim branch of Judge0 API Base I will follow and install new releases of Nim, and in the nim branch of Judge0 API I will maintain a Judge0 API that only has Nim available.

Free playground for the Nim programming language that uses Judge0 API is available at https://nim.ide.judge0.com.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.2.0-nim0.20.0/judge0-api-v1.2.0-nim0.20.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.2.0-nim0.20.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.2.0-nim0.20.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.2.0-nim0.20.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3 (2019-06-26)

This image contains only The V Programming Language, specifically only V compiler built from commit @b00a47be. Free public instance of this image is available on https://vlang.api.judge0.com.

This image was build for the purpose of creating dedicated web playground for this new programming language, and in the future I will add and deploy every new release of it. In the vlang branch of Judge0 API Base I will follow and install new releases of V, and in the vlang branch of Judge0 API I will maintain a Judge0 API that only has V available.

Free playground for the V programming language that uses Judge0 API is available at https://vlang.ide.judge0.com.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3/judge0-api-v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.2.0-vlang0.1.3 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.2.0 (2019-06-17)

New Features

  • Added new language Executable that allows executing custom executable files.
  • Added new configuration variables: REDIS_PASSWORD, REDIS_PORT and POSTGRES_PORT.

Improvements

  • Improved run-server and run-worker scripts.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed /etc/apt/sources.list that prevented package update.
  • Fixed cleanup bug that didn't remove sandbox files if tmp directory was not empty.
  • Fixed another UTF-8 problem with Python that @nguyenvanquan7826 reported.

Other Changes

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.2.0/judge0-api-v1.2.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.2.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.2.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.2.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.5-python3.6.8 (2019-03-08)

On @guvenim request I have built an Judge0 API image that contains just Python 3.6.8. This release also shows what changes are necessary in api-base and api when you only want to use languages that you need.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.5-python3.6.8/judge0-api-v1.1.5-python3.6.8.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.5-python3.6.8.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.5-python3.6.8
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.5-python3.6.8 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.5 (2019-02-17)

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed problem with assigning compile output to submission when rerunning submission.

Other Changes

  • Remove unwanted newlines from compile output.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.5/judge0-api-v1.1.5.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.5.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.5
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.5 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.4 (2019-02-17)

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed problem with assigning compile output to submission when compile output is not empty.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.4/judge0-api-v1.1.4.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.4.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.4
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.4 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.3 (2019-02-15)

Improvements

  • Improved cleanup of sandbox by deleting stdin, stdout, stderr and meta file before running isolate cleanup.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed problem with compile output that contained invalid byte sequence in UTF-8.
  • Fixed problem with submissions not changing their post-run attributes after rerun if compile error occured.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.3/judge0-api-v1.1.3.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.3.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.3
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.3 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.2 (2019-02-15)

Improvements

  • Improved reading from stdin and writing to stdout, stderr and meta. They are now not available in sandbox.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed writing of source code and stdin to disc, they are now written as binary files to avoid UTF-8 problems.
  • Fixed problem with stripping output that contained invalid byte sequence in UTF-8.

Other Changes

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.2/judge0-api-v1.1.2.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.2.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.2
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.2 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.1 (2019-02-13)

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a problem when strip method was called on a nil class when expected output was nil.

Other Changes

  • Don't let worker update submission's finished_at attribute if it already exists. This allows Judge0 API administrators to manually rerun submissions from command line and preserve initial timestamps if some unexpected error occured.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.1/judge0-api-v1.1.1.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.1.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.1
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.1.1 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.

v1.1.0 (2019-02-10)

New Features

  • Added -lm compile flag to link with math library when compiling C source code.
    • Pull Requests: #60
  • Added fixed time limit of 10 seconds for compilation.

Improvements

  • Improved procedure of seeding database with languages. Seeding is now idempotent.

Bux Fixes

  • Fixed versions of Postgres and Redis in Docker Compose files.
  • Fixed problem with workers stopping when they lost connection with Postgres or Redis.
  • Fixed problem of storing submission's stdout and stderr that contained invalid byte sequence in UTF-8.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.1.0/judge0-api-v1.1.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.1.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.1.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s

v1.0.0 (2017-10-01)

This is the first production ready release of Judge0 API.

Deployment Procedure

  1. Install Docker and Docker Compose.
  2. Download and extract release archive:
wget https://github.com/judge0/api/releases/download/v1.0.0/judge0-api-v1.0.0.zip
unzip judge0-api-v1.0.0.zip
  1. Run all services and wait few seconds until everything is initialized:
cd judge0-api-v1.0.0
docker-compose up -d
sleep 10s
  1. Your instance of Judge0 API v1.0.0 is now available at http://<IP OF YOUR SERVER>:3000.