MatchMaker program by Tom & Cathy Saxton
The program is a console application, it has no graphical user interface. You just run it from the command line (Terminal on Mac OS X or the Command Prompt on Windows). To download, just right-click (Windows) or control-click (Mac OS X) on the appropriate link, then choose the appropriate "Download" sort of item from the pop-up menu.
We also include a second program, MatchRater that will analyze a schedule and give the same stats given in MatchMaker.
These programs are available for evaluation purposes only. For licensing, contact us at [info].
Version 1.6 has two options for the default minimum match separation value and includes builds for Raspbian, Raspbian 64-bit and Intel Ubuntu.
Version 1.5 allows more than 3 teams per alliance for non-FIRST tournaments and includes builds for Raspbian, Raspbian 64-bit and Intel Ubuntu.
Version 1.4 uses a new algorithm created by Caleb Sykes for station balancing. Now all teams get the best possible station appearance distribution.
Version 1.3.3 improved support for small tournaments. Tournaments with small numbers of teams are allowed, as low as just enough teams for one match. The minimum match separation is no longer artificially limited. Breaks can be scheduled so teams can play back-to-back matches across breaks. A new option is added to minimize alliance swaps instead of balancing alliance appearances. This makes it possible to create schedules for 12-team FRC or 8-team FTC tournaments using breaks between rounds to get a schedule with excellent mixing of partners and opponents.
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