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By Zharaskhan, 4 years ago, In English,

Hello everyone!

I am collecting information about judge systems, which are relatively freely available

Please if you have some informations or remarks write a comment.

Name Site Platform IOI support License Comments
Ejudge http://ejudge.ru Linux Yes GPL
PCMS2 http://neerc.ifmo.ru/trains/information/software.html Windows Yes ? Nor support neither documentation is now provided for it
DOMjudge http://domjudge.org Linux No GPL v2
Contester http://contester.ru Windows, Linux No Proprietary Available in English after installing
PC^2 http://ecs.csus.edu/pc2 Windows, Linux, Mac, etc No ?
CMS http://cms-dev.github.io Linux Yes AGPL-3+
Sharif Judge http://sharifjudge.ir Linux No GPL v3
Tester http://acm.timus.ru/tester Windows Yes ?
ACMserver http://acm-server.ru Windows No ?
BOCA http://www.ime.usp.br/~cassio/boca/ Linux No GPL v3 it is used in most (if not all) Latin America ACM-ICPC Regional contests
Mooshak https://mooshak.dcc.fc.up.pt Linux Yes Artistic license
DMOJ https://github.com/DMOJ/judge ? ? GPL v3
acm http://www.cs.rit.edu/~ats/projects/acm/doc/ Linux, Solaris No ?
Moe http://www.ucw.cz/moe/ Linux Yes GPL v2

P.S: Took some information from this site

 
 
 
 
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PC^2, Sharif Judge : IOI Support: No

PC^2 : Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.

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Here are a few more judge systems:

  • BOCA: runs in Linux, licensed under GPLv3, has no IOI support, and it is used in most (if not all) Latin America ACM-ICPC Regional contests
  • Mooshak: runs in Linux, has IOI support, has Artistic license
  • DMOJ: Not much info, other than its GPLv3 license. I reached this github project by following the links in FatalEagle's blog post.
  • acm: I googled this one, but I am not sure if the provided source code is complete or not. It runs under Linux and Solaris. There is no info on licensing and no indication that it supports IOI contests.
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What about this

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Can any one explain to me what does IOI support means? I'm working on my graduation project now, it's an Online Judge. I'm planning on using Sharif Judge and adding more features to it, but I saw that it doesn't support IOI, can any one explain to me what does it mean?

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