Inevitably, of course, things went wrong at the last minute. As predicted, the printer had (subtly) taken its revenge; it printed the required two copies interleaved with each other. Why, I have no idea; I certainly didn't tell it to. Also, my laptop's battery died while writing the CDs; this confused the poor thing and made it think that it was 1970.
Anyway, all is well now, and the project handed in. Due to the second reader having an extraordinarily long last name, there was almost no room on the signin form for me to sign my name, but that's a minor detail.
To answer a previous question, my project involved writing a compiler for a (simple, made-up) high-level language, targetting VHDL, a hardware description language.
Also, Latex is great, though it's one of these things, like IRC and vim commands, that I only bother to learn parts of as needed.