A primary dependency of this software is that it assumes your site will be set up as mine is:
/ Site root directory /eurovision Eurovision main index directory /eurovision/euroscore.html This file :-) /eurovision/2005 Files for 2005 /eurovision/2005/index.html Eurovision 2005 index For 2005-2007: /images/eurovision/2005/semi Semi-final 2005 images (.jpeg) /images/eurovision/2005/final Final 2005 images (.jpeg) For 2008: /images/eurovision/2008/semi1 First semi-final images (.jpeg) /images/eurovision/2008/semi2 Second semi-final images (.jpeg) /images/eurovision/2005/final Final images (.jpeg)Paths are relative (i.e. "../../images/etc etc").
|Eurovision 2005 data files|
|eurovision2005.wdb||Scoring information, Works 4.0 database file.||17K|
|eurovision2005.csv||Scoring information, Comma Separated data file.||6K|
Eurovision 2006 data files
|eurovision2006.wdb||Scoring information, Works 4.0 database file.||17K|
|eurovision2006.csv||Scoring information, Comma Separated data file.||6K|
Eurovision 2007 data files
|eurovision2007.wdb||Scoring information, Works 4.0 database file.||18K|
|eurovision2007.csv||Scoring information, Comma Separated data file.||7K|
Eurovision 2008 data files
|eurovision2008.wdb||Scoring information, Works 4.0 database file.||19K|
|eurovision2008.csv||Scoring information, Comma Separated data file.||7K|
Here is an example. This is one complete line, only split to look nicer on-screen:
Of note is the fact that the comment and country names must be given in HTML form (i.e. "&" instead of "&").
However, I'm sure you'll agree that the use of software such as Works will make things so much easier!
EuroScore <year> <csv file>The year is the year, "2005", just that.
EuroScore 2005 Eurovision2005.csvIf all goes to plan, the command prompt will reappear after a short delay. The scorecard has been created with the file name scorecard<year>.html, in this case scorecard2005.html.
The software provided below is v0.05 (which supports both single and multiple semi-finals).
EuroScore software (for 32-bit DOS (Windows 95+))
|euroscore_005.exe||EuroScore installer, v0.05.||264K|
Save this installer to your harddisc, and then run it to install the EuroScore software, plus the source codes.
The source codes are intended to be compiled using OpenWatcom 1.2 (or later), but should be fairly easy to port to other compilers/platforms. Apart from some "
//" style comments and some DOSisms relating to paths, the code is generic C.
You can also browse the source code:
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