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OOP344 | Weekly Schedule | Student List | Teams | Project | Student Resources

OOP344 | Weekly Schedule | Student List | Teams | Project | Student Resources


Project Marking Percentage

  • due in November 9th (Friday)

Group work:      40%        (25 <= xx <= 50)
Individual work: 60% +      (50 <= xx <= 75) 
Total           100%


  • repo Github id: Seneca-OOP344 / XII-Sive

Team Members

First Name Last Name Section Seneca Id wiki id IRC nick GITHUB ID Blog URL
Zhenyang Chen A zchen91 Zhenyang Chen crans crans Leash
Shuming Lin B slin44 Shuming Lin kevin000 kevin000 intermerdiate C++
Xin Li A xzli2 Xin Zhu Li XinZhu xinzhu OOP344
Junzhuo Ren B jren22 Junzhuo Ren vincent9527 renjunzhuo Vincent's Blog
Donghu Zhang A dzhang50 Dong donghu donghu MaC

Issues and Status

Attention:Comment of commit in GIT

  • The commit's comment is about what you did in your code, such as "fixed errors"
  • We should know what you did in your new commit!
  • DO NOT use the word like "Please check!"


  • Assigned to: Donghu
  • Code review by: Donghu
  • Status:
    (being developed)
  • comments:


  • Assigned to: Donghu
  • Code review by: Donghu
  • Status:
    (being developed)
  • comments:


  • Assigned to: Donghu
  • Code review by: Donghu
  • Status:
    (being developed)
  • comments:




0.3 Milestone

  1. CField (issue 3.0) By Donghu Zhang, Reviewed by Shuming Lin
  2. CDialog (issue 3.1) By Donghu Zhang, Reviewed by Xinzhu Li
  3. CLabel (issue 3.2) By Shuming Lin and Renjun Zhuo, Reviewed by Xinzhu Li
  4. CLineEdit (issue 3.3) By Xinzhu Li, Reviewed by Donghu Zhang

0.4 Milestone

  1. CButton (issue 4.0) By Renjun Zhuo, Reviewed by Donghu Zhang
  2. CValEdit (issue 4.1) By Shuming Lin, Review by Xinzhu Li
  3. CCheckMark (issue 4.2) By Donghu Zhang, Review by Renjun Zhuo
  4. CButton, CValEdit, and CCheckMark final review (issue 4.3), Reviewed by Xinzhu LI

0.6 Milestone

  1. CText (issue 6.0) By Xinzhu Li
  1. Review CText (issue 6.1) By Junzhuo Ren

Coding Rules

Please implement the following rules in all code that is a part of any project that this team(Sive) will undertake. And please feel free to add/modify the contents; however, you must make a note of changes in the summary so others will know.

Indentation and spacing

  • Tabs and indentation of code will be 2 spaces
  • Leave a blank line in between functions and blocks of code
  • Brackets will be in the following format


   // code

Naming convention and Structure

  • All Names must be meaningful(loop counters are excluded), the key is readability
  • Pascal case for functions/methods eg. GetData();
  • Camel case for variable names eg myData; my_Data; weeklySalary;
  • Constants must be in all CAPS eg. PI
  • One variable declaration per line.


int i; // outer for loop counter
int j = 0; // inner for loop counter
double area; // holds the area of a square
  • Pointer declaration
int* myData; // pointer to data of type int, that holds the number students on record
char* studentName; // pointer to data of type char, that holds the student name.


  • All variables MUST have a comment at declaration to indicate what they are, NON negotiable.
  • All Functions/methods comments MUST include the parameters it accepts and the return value it returns.
  • Comment blocks of code and whenever it is helpful for other programmers/NON-programmers to understand the code.
  • Use // for line commenting and /* */ for continuous multi-line commenting

Commits and Merging of code

  • Under no circumstance will anyone directly push to master.
  • All code must be reviewed by another programmer before it can be merged to development or master branch.
  • Commits must have a comment to indicate what the changes are for.


  • latest will be on top
  1. topic and date1
  2. topic and date2


  • ......