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Karl Fu
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I have submitted my assignment couple days ago but I am getting so nervous that I might have misinterrupted the requirements.
In the spec of the readme file, it says you have to list all your files submitted...I only included the list of .java file that i submitted (i.e. I didn't list the documentation file of individual java files)...is it ok ?
Also, I put all the class files in serveral executable jar files, user will execute the jar files directly.
In the spec, it says that you have to include all the class files...does that mean I have to include them explicitly (i.e. use a folder to contain all the uncompressed class file) ?
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Rick Fortier
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I think that you will have to wait and see. I think that as long as you tell them the key files, (design choices, user document, javadocs), that they should be able to find what they need.
I don't think that the list of files needs to have every file, and every file described. I listed them all, but for the .java and .class files I said "Please see javadoc for description".
I am waiting for my grade too. Should be this week.
 
Junwen Wang
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I didn't even have a list of files, I forgot them at first. When I noticed that and wanted resubmit in the morning I took the written test, Galton's website was down (SQL server writing error). I took the test in 23rd, June and I am still waiting for the result.
When did you guys take the test?
 
SAFROLE YUTANI
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Dont worry about listing the files in the README file. I thought about this and wondered why they would make such a stupid requirement. The README file is required to show the location of documentation, user guides, how to start the client/server and tool, and that's it. Here's what the TOC in my README looked like, just to give you an idea...
Table of Contents
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1) Starting the server
2) Starting the client
3) Using the conversion tool
4) Files submitted (I did'nt list them, only showed location)
5) Location of system documentation detailing design choices
hope it helps,
SAF
 
Rick Fortier
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Originally posted by Junwen Wang:
I didn't even have a list of files, I forgot them at first. When I noticed that and wanted resubmit in the morning I took the written test, Galton's website was down (SQL server writing error). I took the test in 23rd, June and I am still waiting for the result.
When did you guys take the test?

I took the exam on June 26th. Most messages here seem to point to 10-12 business days. Since we had a holiday last week in the U.S. I am hoping to see my results on 7/11 or 7/12.
 
Karl Fu
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Thank for everyone's reply !
I told the exam today July 10.
The exam is trivial and I let you guys know the status as I got my result
Karl

 
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