Commit 9e2796f3 authored by Daniel W Bond's avatar Daniel W Bond
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more clear for not me

parent 050142dd
......@@ -22,5 +22,7 @@ Setup
To-do
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NOTE: Most of the musings about how the project will work are in a text file alongside the views and models. Please see if you can follow at all what I'm talking about.
About GMU SRCT
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### in which we write pseudocodey algorithms and musings before they are used
### transferred to the views
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
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CS112(prereq=[],coreq=[CS101,MATH113])
edge case-- course is only required or available if a certain major is selected
......@@ -45,19 +48,8 @@ def nextCourses(coursesTaken):
nextCourses is all of the courses it is possible for you to take next
once a user has selected the courses they want to take for the subsequent semester,
this is saved as a trajectory
I take it then that each semester is its own trajectory?
how does one tell that things are broken when a trajectory is fucked up?
users can modify their trajectories, or particularly in comparisons
"do you have the prereqs and coreqs for everything now?"
or will it kill off an entire line of the courses
should only rewrite the trajectory of the furthest semester considered... then you
can not fuck up the other ones?
and then they should be able to share their trajectories so that it can be compared
with other students... --will need to implement later
GEN ED REQUIREMENTS
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this does NOT take into consideration geneds
......@@ -75,6 +67,23 @@ def genedCheck(coursesTaken, genEdCourses):
gen eds are also different depending on liberal arts or not
OTHER THOUGHTS
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once a user has selected the courses they want to take for the subsequent semester,
this is saved as a trajectory
I take it then that each semester is its own trajectory?
how does one tell that things are broken when a trajectory is fucked up?
users can modify their trajectories, or particularly in comparisons
"do you have the prereqs and coreqs for everything now?"
or will it kill off an entire line of the courses
should only rewrite the trajectory of the furthest semester considered... then you
can not fuck up the other ones?
and then they should be able to share their trajectories so that it can be compared
with other students... --will need to implement later
should be able to point out "by permission of instructor"
also, what if the user input is wrong? answer: this system just assumes that it's right
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