DOMjudge Publisher's description
from Thijs Kinkhorst
DOMjudge is an automated judge system to run programming contests.
DOMjudge is an automated judge system to run programming contests. It has a mechanism to submit problem solutions, have them judged fully automatically and provides (web)interfaces for teams, the jury and the general public.
DOMjudge is meant to be used in programming contests like the ACM ICPC programming contests, where teams are on-site and there is a fixed problem set and timeframe. It is not meant for on-line submission systems like the UVa online judge or as courseware, although other people have modified it to that end.
Key aspects include:
* Lightweight, depends on standard software to do its task
* Webinterface for portability and simplicity
* Scalable: distributed judging is easy
* Modular system for plugging in languages/compilers
* Features rejudging, clarifications, detailed submission/judging info
* Designed with security in mind
* Compatible with ICPC Validator Standard
* It's Open Source, Free Software
What's New in This Release:В· This release fixes multiple minor bugs, and includes minor changes due to the switch from Subversion to Git for source code management.
System Requirements:В· At least one Linux-PC with local root access
В· Apache webserver with PHP (4.1.0 or newer) and PHP-command line interface
В· MySQL database server version 3.23 or newer
В· Compilers for the languages you want to support
В· A shared filesystem with the team computers (e.g. NFS)
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall