Tennis de Table Tournament Manager is a free GPL Java Application for create and manage Table Tennis Tournament.
WARNING. 1) Under Linux, the launcher has to be modified. The proposed run.bat is javaw -classpath lib/log4j-1.2.8.jar;lib/crimson.jar;lib/jaxp.jar;lib/myUtils.jar;lib/jconfig.jar;lib/sax.jar;lib/jmxri.jar;jar/tournoi.jar tournoi.xml.XMLAnalyzer It works only under Windows (javaw does not exist under Linux, and ";" has to be replaced by " :") So, under Linux, this one works: java -classpath lib/log4j-1.2.8.jar:lib/crimson.jar:lib/jaxp.jar:lib/myUtils.jar:lib/jconfig.jar:lib/sax.jar:lib/jmxri.jar:jar/tournoi.jar tournoi.xml.XMLAnalyzer Do not forget to modify the permissions of all .jar files, so that they are "executable" (the installation process does not do it automatically). You can save it into a file, say runLinux.bat, and the command line is then sh runLinux.bat Of course, you can then create a launcher that contains this command line. ---------------- 2) For each player, the system proposes to use one of two rates: according to the "old" system (say 65), or to the "new" one (say 1000). However: - the old one is indeed old (more than ten years). A lot of young players are not even aware of it. It could be easily removed here (and IMO it should) - even if you use the new (current) one, the system computes an equivalence (1000 =>65), and, more annoying, this is the old (65) one that is printed along to the name of each player. 3) At least under Linux (Ubuntu), I have not been able to display the nice "tree" of the competition, only a rectangular table. It works, however, with just a small bug (the window for the scoring partly appears _on_ this table, but everthing is OK on the Match page).