Dec 222017
A Rotisserie Baseball stat compiler. Uses the cheap stats from USA today(not the expensive, just for fantasy baseball stats).
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A Rotisserie Baseball stat compiler. Uses the cheap stats from USA today(not the expensive, just for fantasy baseball stats).
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Contents of the README file

'rotise' is a program to manage a Rotisserie League baseball team.
This file may not exactly match the program, as it hasn't been updated
in a while, but is probably mostly correct.

Included are C sources and three makefiles -- one for System V UNIX,
one for MSDOS with the Microsoft compiler, one for MSDOS with the
Turbo C compiler. Build the executable 'rotise' by using the
appropriate makefile. You may want to look at 'portab.h' and other
include files, but it should build OK regardless.

We use the program in an AL-only league, and although it ought to
work for NL, we haven't tried it. Also if you want to change the
categories and reports, you'll have to muck with the code.

The program is run as follows:

rotise [-v] [-i] [-wN] [-ffilename] controlfile

-v gives some verbose output

-i puts IBM style graphics characters into the report file

-wN inits the data storage for N weeks of data; default is 30, which
is plenty, but may run slowly or run out of room if you have a small
system. You can use this option to decrease the storage used if
you are only doing a few weeks of stats.

-ffilename writes a free list, by position, into the specified file.

controlfile is a script that contains your league data, transactions,
moves, etc. It also contains the pointers to the files that contain
stats and position infomation, assumed to be in the format that you
can get from the USA Today board.

The program generates team and league reports to stdout. You will
probably redirect it to some file.

There are a couple of .doc files; they are in an interim state, make
of them what you will.

Included with this simple README are sample control file (inforoto.91)
and output file for our league; this (especially the control file)
should help to get you going. Note that I've cut some out of both
files to make this transmission smaller; there's enough there to
get a look at what it does.

Also included are sample statistics and player position files so that
you can see the format of this data. Again, these files have been
grossly shortened as they are only supplied for format info.

Send mail or give a call if you have questions or problems.

Mark Mallett ([email protected])
603-424-8129 evenings
603-645-5069 (service)

Jonathon Arnold ([email protected])
BBS: 617-335-6842 (Magnetic Field of Dreams)

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