Version 1.1.2

Released: March 9th, 2020

Features & Updates

  • Make it possible to have course names with slashes in them (#52): This makes it possible to display courses with slashes in their names.

Version 1.1.1

Released: October 28th, 2019

Features & Updates

  • Make it easier to use cgfs with legacy applications (#47): This Format dates differently. The ISO8061 date format uses colons, but colons are disallowed on some Windows systems. The new “ISO dates” option makes CGFS use the old format. Also adds option “ASCII only”. The former replaces any non-ASCII character in filenames with a -.

Version 1.0.0

Released: August 19th, 2019

Features & Updates

  • Update frontend (#42): Update the frontend of the CodeGrade Filesystem with Electron. Make more intuitive, easier to select institute and add better error notifications.

  • Add Windows and MacOS installers (#42): Add installers for Windows and MacOS to make installing the Filesystem easier and to automatically install all dependencies.

  • Add Debian/Ubuntu install script (#42): Add a script to install the CodeGrade Filesystem and all dependencies on Debian / Ubuntu.

Version 0.5.0

Released: February 14th, 2019

Features & Updates

  • Support Python 3.5 & 3.6 (#35): Tests are now also run on Python 3.5 and 3.6 to ensure compatibility with older systems.

  • Handle duplicate names better (#35): When two objects (i.e. submissions, assignments, etc.) had the same name, only one would be displayed in the filesystem. It was indeterminate which one would be shown, so this could cause a lot of confusion. This patch appends the creation date/time, so two objects with the same name can be distinguished.

  • Handle group names (#35) (#38): When an assignment is a group assignment, the filesystem now shows the group names, and adds a special .cg-group-members file in submission directories.

Version 0.4.2

Released: October 30th, 2019

Features & Updates

  • GUI to control CodeGra.fs (#29): The CodeGrade filesystem now comes with a graphical interface where various settings can be managed.

  • Experimental Windows 10 support (#29).