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Personal Class Scheduler
Provides schedules for college students
This project handles the scheduling of classes for a college student. Unless overridden by the user, this program provides usable schedules and avoids schedule conflicts and closed sections. The user chooses the session (semester or quarter) and the courses, and blocks out any personal time needed for jobs, child care, sleeping, eating, etc.
Access to schools' schedules is via plugins that any Java programmer can write. Some plugins are provided, including one that can use comma separated values suitable for any college or university, and including one for demonstration purposes.
Plugins can access a school's web-based schedule of classes, but require maintenance because the web pages change. It is hoped that the open source nature of this software will lead to wider authoring and maintenance of plugins.
Some users have commented that this program provides "prettier" printed schedules than their school's own web page can provide.
released on 21 March 2015
29 October 2016
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|Required to use||Java JRE 1.5 or higher (tested with 1.7)|
|Required to build||Java JDK 1,5 or higher (built with 1.7)|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 September 2016.
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