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Handling submission of code to Udacity for automatic feedback

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nelson
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Projects for Georgia Tech's OMSCS program or for Udacity's advanced nanodegree programs are typically distributed with project-specific submission scripts that handle the submission to Udacity's advanced automatic feedback service. These scripts typically rely on this underlying library, which contains most of the shared functionality.


Examples
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This is simple example for GTOMSCS. It submits the file hello_world.py to the quiz named "hello_world" within the course "cs101".
::
from nelson.gtomscs import submit

def main():
course = 'cs101'
quiz = 'hello_world'
filenames = ['hello_world.py']

submit(course, quiz, filenames)

if __name__ == '__main__':
main()

For Udacity, simply import from ``nelson.udacity`` instead of ``nelson.gtomscs``.

Typical output would be something like
::
GT Login required.
Username :jbarros7
Password :
Save the jwt?[y,N]y
Submission includes the following files:
helloworld.c

Uploading submission...
[=========================== 100% ===========================] 376/376

Waiting for results...Done!

Results:
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Tests that the code compiles cleanly: 5/5
Tests that the code prints "Hello World!": 5/5


(Details available in helloworld-result-2017-01-04-22-41-22.json)


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