The turn-in script will recursively copy all files and subdirectories of your current directory to a location accessible only to the instructor and TAs. Please avoid running it in your home directory or any other directory that contains files irrelevant to the current project. For any problems while using it please contact the TA via email or, better yet, posting to the discussion group (sending the script’s output will help).
You may turn-in your project as many times as you need. However,
only the last submission before the deadline will be
DO NOT FORGET
to submit a
README.pdf file with your code.
Be sure so include your name and e-mail address in this file, and to
follow all assignment-specific instructions on additional content.
Keep in mind that your goal is to tell the TAs everything they need to
know to give you the best possible grade, so err on the side of
If there are known bugs, document them; otherwise we’ll assume you
didn’t know they were there.
On the research (
cs) network, the script is
On the teaching (
csug) network, it’s
/u/cs258/bin/turnin (even if you’re an MS student).
On either network:
Upon successful completion you will get an output of the form:
Submission successful!You will also receive through email a message with subject “[cs258] Submission from <your user name>” (“[cs458]” on the grad network). The email will contain a listing of all the files you submitted along with their size and last modification date.
Please note that this email will be sent to your CS email address
(<your user name>@cs.rochester.edu) and NOT your U of R email
address (<your netid>@u.rochester.edu). You can forward your
CS email to your U of R email by creating a .forward file in your home
directory which contains your U of R email address. For instance:
$ echo '<your netid>@u.rochester.edu' > ~/.forward $ cat ~/.forward <your netid>@u.rochester.eduwhere <your netid> is replaced with your actual netid.