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LAN Programming Contest Judging Program

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OpenJudge has been refactored to be faster and easier to set up! This
repository was about quick contests for small groups of 20-30 people. Somewhere
along the way, I faltered and it became bloated. It's back now in a form which
is fast and light.


![Normal Screen](screens/home.png)
![Leader Board Screen](screens/lb.png)


First install MongoDB by following the instructions [in their docs](

sudo apt-get install python3-dev
pip install --user pipenv
pipenv install openjudge --python 3.5
pipenv shell

mkdir questions
cd questions

mkdir 1
cd 1

# Create these files
touch statement i0 o0 i1 o0

# go back to where the questions directory resides
cd ../../

To run openjudge two commands need to be issued. `openjudge` and `openjudge --judge` in two separate terminals. The first is the interface and the second is the "judge".


In case you have a lot of people sending in code and you deem that the code check is too slow, you just have to start another judge process with `openjudge --judge`.

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