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No animals were harmed in the making of this CAT-SOOP.
CAT-SOOP is a tool for automatic collection and assessment of online exercises, originally developed primarily for use in MIT’s 6.01 (Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science via Robot Sensing, Software, and Control).
CAT-SOOP is free/libre software, available under the terms of the Soopycat License version 1 (see LICENSE file for details). Please note that the terms of this license apply only to the CAT-SOOP system itself and any plugins in use, but not to any course material hosted on a CAT-SOOP instance, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
The source code is hosted on Notabug.org. You can also clone the most recent (potentially unstable) version with the following:
$ git clone https://notabug.org/cat-soop/cat-soop.git
If you have SSH keys on Notabug.org, you can clone instead with:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:cat-soop/cat-soop.git
You can also browse the source code online at https://notabug.org/cat-soop/cat-soop.
See the installation quick-start guide.