Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

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lucastan
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Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

Post by lucastan » Sat Apr 20, 2013 9:39 am

Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

I made this tool for myself and want to share with everybody!

UVA-NODE is an interactive shell where you can type commands to submit and check your submissions.

Features
  • Remembers your account info and encrypts your passwords.
  • Password-less submission.
  • Check most recent submission status.
  • Template Support!
  • File name completion and problem number detection *new*
  • Non-interactive mode *new*
  • Cross-platform: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows or whatever node.js runs on
Get it at https://github.com/lucastan/uva-node

Suggestions and questions are welcome
Last edited by lucastan on Fri May 17, 2013 10:24 am, edited 2 times in total.

aczzdx
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Re: Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

Post by aczzdx » Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:59 pm

Thx for your sharing. It's a very convinient tool !
Just a newbie

lucastan
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Re: Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

Post by lucastan » Fri May 17, 2013 10:22 am

Hi, thanks for all your support.

I have updated with new features:
•Remembers your account info and encrypts your passwords.
•Password-less submissions.
•Checks most recent submission status.
•Template Support!
•File name completion and problem number detection *new*
•Non-interactive mode *new*
•Cross-platform: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows or whatever node.js runs on

Please give the project a star if you like it! https://github.com/lucastan/uva-node/star

pinkrosi
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Re: Command line tool for the UVa Online Judge website

Post by pinkrosi » Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:57 am

The other tip I could give you is to do something that is what naturally we all do when solving algorithm problems; if you struggle with a concept, make sure to solve it correctly once, and then reuse your solution.
adil

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