I'm preparing a local programming contest for my university. It turns out that Polygon development system is the perfect tool for this kind of job, and I want to use the system in real contest too. The problem is that during the contest, participants are not allowed to access internet. I'm afraid to use PC^2 system because of several reasons:
- No multiple input files: All input files should be concentrated to one file
- No checker. Actually it's possible to use a checker, but one has to write judgement in XML format or run the checker manually (I'm not 100% sure about it).
- It's hard to configure the system
- Sometimes the system clogs up judge computer's memory. Two years before we had to reset the whole system because computer couldn't handle too much memory load.
Maybe I misused the PC^2 system, but still I'd strongly prefer Polygon/Gym system. Can I use it while keeping every participants away from the internet(maybe except for contest page)? Participants' PC are connected to a main router. I'm really a noob when it comes to system configuring/networking stuff, so any kind answer will be appreciated. If there's another judgement system that is easy to use, you can suggest it too.