Python+JS app that create a html website to download several homeworks from a student github organization
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Github homework downloader

Github homework downloader

Python app that create a html website to download several homeworks from a student github organization

@ppizarror MIT License Python 2.7

A simple application that request homework name on github (for example 01-homework) and lists all users from a organization with a download link to that homework.

Example:

Example

Usage

Make a file where contains all user lists, like users.txt, make sure you use the following structure:

id\tName\tUser invited to organization\tUser accepted invitation

Example:

1    John Doe    joe_john    true    true
2    Mark Houston B.    mark340    true    true
3    Jonathan K. B.    johnkb12    true    true
4    Pablo Pizarro R.    ppizarror    true    true
5    William R.        false    false
6    Paul Stephenson    true    true

Then add user file and organization link to config.json. Finally execute script main.py and write the homework name to create a webpage containing the list of users and download links.

To do

  • Add support to several langs (02/09/17).
  • Set maximum limit time to accept an homework.
  • Verify homework status with Python.
  • Download multiple files at once.
  • Add moss support to detect plagiarism.
  • Add more user file structures.
  • Add icon to access each user commit (02/09/17).
  • Add entry to create anotations to each user, disable users from list, sort by name or user-id.
  • Create excel file with scores of each user.
  • Visualize total commits of each user (only commits before homework time limit).

License

This project is under MIT License [https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT]

Author

Pablo Pizarro R. | 2017