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 UWA week 18 (1st semester, week 9) ↓
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12:39pm Sun 5th May, Rabea B.

Hi prof., Can you please elaborate more on the purpose of using git for assignment 2? I'm just wondering how this will not interrupt the automated marking process. """ Using Git There will be a maximum of 2 marks for be for appropriate use of Git. The rubric is: 0 ≤ x < 1 No use of Git or just token commands at one time 1 ≤ x < 2 Git being used, but not informative, or just over one day 2 Multiple commits over time with appropriate/relevant commit messages """ Thank you


 UWA week 19 (1st semester, week 10) ↓
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10:48am Mon 6th May, Michael W.

"Rabea Baiuo" <23*2*6*1@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hi prof., > > Can you please elaborate more on the purpose of using git for assignment 2? I'm just wondering how this will not interrupt the automated marking process. > > """ > Using Git > There will be a maximum of 2 marks for be for appropriate use of Git. The rubric is: > 0 ≤ x < 1 No use of Git or just token commands at one time > 1 ≤ x < 2 Git being used, but not informative, or just over one day > 2 Multiple commits over time with appropriate/relevant commit messages > """ > > Thank you
Hi Rabea, The main purpose for asking for Git in Ass2 is to get you used to using this industry-standard (and really useful) Shell tool, and more generally the need for version control. The auto-testing will print the evidence for the human marker to assess. Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨

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