CSCI 4530/6530 - Spring 2012
Advanced Computer Graphics
The homework assignments (posted on the Calendar) involve a significant amount of C++ programming. You will submit all of your source code files (ending in .h or .cpp), your CMakeLists.txt file, a plaintext README.txt file (using the provided template), and a preliminary self-grading of the homework (using the provided template). The README.txt and gradesheet will document:
This semester we will be using CMake, a cross-platform, open-source make system. The provided homework code will be developed on MaxOSX using CMake/g++, but should also work on Linux using CMake/g++, and Windows using CMake/VisualStudio.
Final homework submissions are due on Thursday nights at 11:59pm. Submission will be electronic and submission times will be judged from the timestamp on the web server. You may submit the assignment multiple times; we will only grade your last submission. Each student will be given three days (whole or partial) of grace for late homework assignments. These grace days should be used carefully. Once the late days have been exhausted, late assignments will not be accepted without a written excuse from the Student Experience Office.
zip -r ../hw1_submit.zip *This will put a zip file in the parent directory. (And keeps the source directory free of big files in case you need to re-zip and re-submit.)
Next click the submission link below. You will need your RPI login & password to access this page. Select the appropriate assignment, and then use the browse button to select the zip file you just created and press the "Send File" button only once.
You should then receive a message confirming your submission. If you find a mistake in your homework, you can fix it and re-submit using the same procedure. We will only grade the most recent submission. Please ask the instructor if you need help preparing your assignment for submission. Do not submit any other type of compressed file format or you will not receive full credit.
Note: If there's lots of "stuff" in your homework directory the zip file may be too big for submission. (Visual Studio makes lots of big temporary files.) Either manually delete this extra stuff OR make a new folder and copy just the necessary files to that folder for submission. If your submission files are still too big, please contact the instructor and we can increase the file size limit.