Note:- The package has been fairly tested for MacOS and Linux. However Windows users might face some issues. Please open one in the repo if you do..
The notification feature is not currently supported for windows. I don't have access to a machine right now to test the code for windows, but you can expect an update for windows in a couple of days.
Install package either by running
apm install afcp from the terminal or by searching in the Install menu from Atom.
You will also need to install the following to use the package properly.
Add directory locations for each site i.e where you want the folder for the problems to be created.
An example location can look like this:-
Important. Don't forget to add a
/(for MacOS and Linux) or
\ (for Windows) at the end of the location.
You can drag and drop the folder into terminal to get the paths
(There is no need to install
coreutils is used to make sure that your code doesn't goes into an infinite loop. The time limit right now is
5 seconds which can be edited from the setting menu.
coreutils since version
alt+control+k to open the pane. Check the site radio button and put the contest code into the input field. Press
Fetch Data .
A folder will be created for each of the problems with their test cases in the directory that you specify in the settings menu.
In order to close the pane press again
alt+control+c to compile. One output file will be generated for each and every file that starts with
input in the folder where
.cpp file is.
In order to create your own test cases create a input*.txt file in the same directory of the problem replacing * with a integer.
Corresponding output file can be generated by pressing
0.8.18, I have also added notifications based on the diffs generated between
If no corresponding file is found either for
myOutput a notification will be added and only time taken for the execution will be shown.
alt+control+p to bring out a right pane to see the diffs generated between corresponding files. To close the pane press
Default GCC in the settings menu with the gcc version of your choice. For example if you use homebrew to install g++-4.9 then simply update the settings to use
GCC Options in the settings menu to add additional flags while compiling. For eg:-
Time Limit in the settings menu (in seconds).
Install the following packages for using atom to code in C/C++. To install them go to
Preferences and search them by typing their name.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.