Welcome to the (original) PC2 Home Page!


PC2 is the Programming Contest Control System developed at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) in support of Computer Programming Contest activities,
and in particular the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) and its Local and Regional Contests around the world.

We've Moved!!

PC² is now an open source project, housed at GitHub!

To download the latest updates of PC², please visit our GitHub downloads page.

For detailed information about PC² you might be interested in visiting the PC² GitHub Wiki.

(Note that the links below, on THIS page, may still be interesting and somewhat relevant, but they are not the most recent updates.)

If you are interested in the PC² source code, or especially if you're interested in helping to contribute to PC², please visit the PC² GitHub source code repository; you will probably also want to visit the PC² Developer's Wiki. Contributions are MOST welcome!

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PC2 is dedicated to the memory of Mark Measures.

About PC2 (click here and read me first)

PC2 Bugzilla (Add and view information about PC2 bug reports and enhancement requests)

PC2 Wiki (Reference and other info)

PC2 FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions and Troubleshooting Guide)

PC2 Documentation (click here to get system documentation)

Permission (click here to read about requirements for permission to use the system)

Download PC2 system Version 9.6.0 - released January 4, 2019. (Note that this is not the most recent version; see "We've moved", above.)

Join the PC² Announcement Mail List
(The announcement list provides information about new versions and important fixes in the PC2 system)

Join the PC2 Test User's Group (TUG)
(PC2TUG members have access to pre-release copies of new versions of the PC2 system)

The (somewhat abridged) History of PC2

To see the PC2 developer's home pages follow these links...

Samir E. Ashoo,  Troy Boudreau, and Douglas A. Lane. 

Other PC2-related links...

CLI Contest Control System Standards (documents)

International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC)

CSUS Engineering & Computer Science Homepage

CSUS Homepage

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Revised: Sat Jul 13 19:54:45 PDT 2019