An automated grading tool for UMass COMPSCI 220 (and maybe beyond).
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An automated grading tool for COMPSCI 220 (and hopefully beyond)!
In order to use the grader, you'll need Docker and
Python 3. You'll also need the command-line utility
unrar installed. To
install these on Ubuntu, you can run the
vagrant.sh script. Otherwise, you can use
Vagrant to start a virtula machine with the initial setup complete.
To grade an individual assignment, you can use the following command:
./grader/app.py path/to/tests path/to/assignment/root
To grade a Moodle-exported assignment archive, you can use the following command:
./grader/app.py path/to/tests path/to/assignments.zip
To grade a Moodle-exported archive and produce an importable CSV, you can use the following command:
./grader/app.py path/to/tests path/to/assignments.zip -o output.csv
However, you should note that producing an output.csv requires a student ID database that can be
built using the
generate-db.py script in
utils as well as a positive feedback database
consisting of one or more line-separated responses to grades of 100%. The default paths for these
You can find the exact details of the license in
LICENSE.md, but this project is licensed under
the GNU Public License (GPL). The general gist is that all changes to this project must themselves
be open source.