Pair Programming

Copying to Your Pairs' Directory

If you have your directories set up appropriately (i.e., your lab directory is in your cs111 directory), you should be able to run

pairturnin.sh labx partnerusername

where labx is the name of the lab you are submitting and partnerusername is your partner's username on the lab machines–the user whose account you are not working on.

Run this command when you want to “checkpoint” your code such that either team can access it.

For example, you could run

pairturnin.sh lab6 sprenkle

if you are working on lab6 and your partner's username is sprenkle.

Starting Up

If you and your partner wrote the code on his/her account, you'll probably want to get a copy of the code on your account. You can do so by executing

indiv_startup.sh labx partnerusername

where labx is the name of the lab you are working on and partnerusername is your partner's username on the lab machines.

For example

indiv_startup.sh lab6 sprenkle

if lab6 is the name of the lab you are working on and sprenkle is your partner's username on the lab machines.

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