The code is CVS has been updated to reflect the correct division names in the 2005 tournament.
If upgrading from the 2004 tournament code, or the 1.2 release, please apply the changes2005.diff patch from the Patches section.
Good luck with the tournament.
It appears that the setup for the 2004 tournament is the same as the 2003 tournament, with East vs South and West vs Midwest. Using the same code and setup as last year, the CVS version, or the 1.2 code should all work correctly.
Should anything come up in the days before the tournament, look here for updates.
In PHP 4.2, the default behavior for passing variables into the global space changed (for security purposes). Tournament Tracker was written for older versions of PHP, and relies on the older behavior. To make newer versions of PHP behave this way, "register globals" must be turned on (it defaults to off). You can do this in a number of ways, the easiest is to include the following line at the top of tourney_tracker.inc:... read more
Version 1.2 includes everything that was in CVS since the 1.1a release over a year ago. It makes it easier to change division names to ensure a correct final four matchup, and it comes pre-setup for the 2003 tournament.
Users of the CVS version do not need to upgrade
In the 2002 tournament, the winner of the Midwest is playing the winner of the East, and South plays West. This is different than previous years, and as such, tournament tracker would allow invalid picks. The fix is available in the patches section and will be updated in the CVS version of the code.
Tournament Tracker, a system for managing a single elimination 64/65 team tournament, has released version 1.0.
Tournament Tracker was designed to set up and run an NCAA "March Madness" college basketball tournament. It provides team selection, user standings, favority teams picked, elimination, and a bunch of other features to run a tournament/bracket.