cvssubmit file1 file2 file3 file4...Where file1 etc are the names of the files you wish to submit.
cvssubmit *.java READMEwill submit all the java files in the current directory and a file called README.
You can also submit directories, which for now is a two step process. First, submit the directory as you would any other file, then go into the directory and submit the files. This is a workaround as cvssubmit was not originally written with this in mind. Feel free to blame the programmer for his poor planning.
For example, to submit a README and all of the java files in a directory called myFiles, do the following:
cvssubmit README myFiles cd myFiles cvssubmit *.java
Once your files are submitted, your programs are saved in a repository. You can submit more than once and each new submission of the same files will be marked as a new version of that file. Unless otherwise noted, your instructor will grade the most recent versions of each file.
cvssetup csXXX locationwhere csXXX is the designation of the course you are taking, and location is the directory where you would like your submissions hierachy to reside.
For example, suppose I'm taking cs111 and I want to set up a directory called, "intro"
cvssetup cs111 intro
A directory would be created (if it didn't alread exist) called intro (in the current directory). It would contain a number of subdirectories (one for each assignment/project/lab/test etc.). It would be laid out as follows (directory names are shown in bold).
You will save the files from each assignment in the appropriate directory.