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Contributing

The documentation

We are happy for documentation contributions. This section will show you how to get up and running with contribution the SimpleBus documentations. The documentation is formatted in reStructuredText. For this we use Sphinx, a tool that makes it easy to create beautiful documentation. Assuming you have Python already installed, install Sphinx:

$ pip install sphinx sphinx-autobuild

Download GIT repository

Before you can start contributing the documentations you have to, fork the repository, clone it and create a new branch with the following commands:

$ git clone https://github.com/your-name/repo-name.git
$ git checkout -b documentation-description

After cloning the documentation repository you can open these files in your preferred IDE. Now it's time to start editing one of the the .rst files. For example the contributing.rst and add the information you are missing in the project.

Install the dependencies

This documentation is making use of external open source dependencies. You can think of the Read the Docs theme and the Sphinx Extensions for PHP and Symfony. You can install these by the following command.

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Building the documentation

After you have installed the open source dependencies and changed some files, you can manually rebuild the documentation HTML output. You can see the result by opening the _build/html/index.html file.

$ make html

Note

You can use sphinx-autobuild to auto-reload your docs. Run make autobuild instead of make html.

Spelling

This documentation makes use of the Sphinx spelling extension, a spelling checker for Sphinx-based documentation. You run this by the following command:

$ make spelling

If there are some technical words that are not recognized, then you have to add them to spelling_word_list.txt. Please fill in this glossary in alphabetical order. As an example, you'll see the output below for the word symfony that's not found in the contributing.rst file.

contributing.rst:55:symfony:

Commit & pull request

Now it's time to commit your changes and push it to your repository. The last step to finish your contribution, is to create an pull requests for your valuable contribution. Thank you!

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