test-item-procs.tcl

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show the amount of questions only if the no_position parameter is not provided

-) the no_position parameter is provided for the composite question form

add the amount of questions from the exam in the title

improve styling for Bootstrap 5

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Give admins the possibility to deactivate pagination actions in the answer workflow of the inclass exam.

As default the pagination actions are shown in the answer workflow.

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Properly escape "<" and ">" in api-doc documentation.

Since all documentation is rendered via HTML, the characters

"<" and ">" have to be HTML-quoted, otherwise strange things

(omission, unintended renderings) might occur.

E.g. the sentence

Define an interface between a page and an

ADP <include> similar to the page_contract.

was rendered as

Define an interface between a page and an

ADP similar to the page_contract.

which is incorrect.

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Added Drag and Drop interface for feedback files

- When grading a student, feedback files can be added via drag and drop

- Caution was spent to avoid potentially slow refresh operations on

log exam protocols. All interactions use AJAX and update the

DOM tree directly

- The feedback files are displayed as thumbnails

- When permissions allow, the thumbnail files can be directly viewed and/or deleted

- Supports Bootstrap3 and Bootstrap 5

- Support for composite questions.

- bumped version number to 5.10.1d43

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improved support for composite items generated with bootstrap5 but rendered with bootstrap3

This addresses again the problem of pregenerated composite items.

On the longer range, it would be better to avoid pregeneration at all.

Improved support for composite questions and bootstrap 5

This fixes a bug when composite questions were generated with

bootstrap3 and rendered later with bootstrap5.

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improve bootstrap5 compatibility for inclass exam

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Fix leftover jquery dependency

Move the question overview block in question_info_block in an own method to ease downstream customization in subclasses

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use csv icon, revert deterioration of appearance

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fix typo and improve robustness with legacy composite items

Fix JS idiom when no "i" tag is found

fix typo

adaoption for bootstrap5

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Don't require the whole xowiki, as it is already a dependency

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use bootstrap button classes for print button in the exam protocol (many thanks to Monika Andergassen for the suggestion)

replace non-existing class "btn-small" (for bootstrap3) by non-existing class "btn-secondary", which shows in the right color and is future proof (introduced by bootstrap 4).

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use preferred idioms to use btn-default/btn-secondary for bootstrap3/bootstrap5

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Make use of extended functionality of OrderedComposite->orderby

- use integer comparison for "seconds" in participants table

- bumped version number to 5.10.1d33

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Support for extra extra hints texts (feedback, correction hints)

The updated version of the inclass-exam supports now extra hint texts for lecturers and students. These extra information is displayed after the question, and is used either for feedback to the student (e.g. Einsicht) or as information for the grader (evaluation guidelines, esp. useful when multiple graders are involved). It can be controlled via setup what kind of information the question author can provide. The providable feedback is controlled via the feedback level:

Feedback level

- The feedback level can be

* "full": two input fields for feedback for correct and incorrect answers

* "single": single input fields for feedback

* "none": no input field for feedback.

- The feedback level is specified in the forms used in the

pull down menus for creating "New" test items.

- The feedback level is applicable to all test item types

(SC, MC, Text, ShortText, Ordering, Upload, Composite, Pool)

- The predefined setup is as follows:

"single" is used for all item type, except for "Pool" questions (since the feedback

is taken from the replacement question from the Pool)

- Nothing has change here

Correction notes:

- optionally, correction notes can be specified.

Since in the past, the general feedback was not shown to the students,

it was sometimes abused for correction hints for the lecturer.

Therefore, we have now a separate field

- Correction notes can be added to all item types

(SC, MC, Text, ShortText, Ordering, Upload, Composite, Pool) and are

turned on by default (except for Pool).

Visibility of general feedback and correction notes

- general feedback is shown (when provided)

* full exam-protocol is shown

* filtering single question

* filtering single submission (view with revision selection)

* exam-review for students (Einsicht)

- corrections notes are shown (when provided)

* full exam-protocol is shown

* filtering single question

* filtering single submission (view with revision selection)

- when general feedback is not provided, the exam protocol etc. looks as before

- when correction notes are not provided, the exam protocol etc. looks as before

- Negative feedback is provided,

* when percentage is known, and

* percentage is < 50%

- when negative feedback is displayed, the positive feedback is not displayed and vice versa

For composite questions, the system supports hint texts for the full composite question and additional ones for every single part.

Version number bumped to 5.10.1d32

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Document public api

Added support for restricting access to exams based on IP addresses.

In order to avoid the problem that students might participate on exams

intended to be held e.g. on campus from at home, one can now restrict

the access based on IP ranges. It is possible to restrict the access

via multiple range blocks that can be predefined by the sysadmins. One

could predefine e.g. IP range blocks for "Campus LAN", "On Site",

"VPN", etc., which can be selected by lecturers for individual exams.

Every IP range block can be defined via multiple entries of disallowed

and allowed IP ranges, where the addresses can be specified via IPv4

or IPv6 CIDR blocks (e.g. 127.208.0.0/16), or with wild cards or

individual IP addresses. The usage of CIDR blocks requires an update

to the updated version of NaviServer.

The IP restriction is used in the current implementation for

restricting the regular start of the exam (proctored or

non-proctored). Lecturers can still perform test runs for exams with

restricted access.

Bump version number to 5.10.1d31

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increase default value of number of potential alternatives to 25

relax regexp for timestamp of proctored images to support time fractions

allow fractional minutes (useful for short quizzes)

guarantee uniqueness of IDs when multiple aggregated forms are used in one page (e.g. exam protocol)

simplify logic

Fix variable name