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Contributing to gulp-accord

Hello there! First of all, thanks for being interested in gulp-accord and helping out. We all think you are awesome, and by contributing to open source projects, you are making the world a better place. That being said, there are a few ways to make the process of contributing code to gulp-accord smoother, detailed below:

Filing Issues

If you are opening an issue about a bug, make sure that you include clear steps for how we can reproduce the problem. If we can't reproduce it, we can't fix it. If you are suggesting a feature, make sure your explanation is clear and detailed.

Getting Set Up

  • Clone the project down
  • Make sure nodejs has been installed and is above version 0.10.x
  • Run npm install
  • Put in work


This project is constantly evolving, and to ensure that things are secure and working for everyone, we need to have tests. If you are adding a new feature, please make sure to add a test for it. The test suite for this project uses mocha and should/

To run the test suite, make sure you have installed mocha (npm install mocha -g), then you can use the npm test or simply mocha command to run the tests.

Code Style

To keep a consistant coding style in the project, we're using Polar Mobile's guide, with one difference begin that much of this project uses under_scores rather than camelCase for variable naming. For any inline documentation in the code, we're using JSDoc.

Commit Cleanliness

It's ok if you start out with a bunch of experimentation and your commit log isn't totally clean, but before any pull requests are accepted, we like to have a nice clean commit log. That means well-written and clear commit messages and commits that each do something significant, rather than being typo or bug fixes.

If you submit a pull request that doesn't have a clean commit log, we will ask you to clean it up before we accept. This means being familiar with rebasing - if you are not, this guide by github should help you to get started. And if you are still confused, feel free to ask!