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Are you missing a feature or just want to help out? To maximize the chances of getting your pull-request accepted, please take a moment to read this guide on how to contribute.
Setting things up
1) Fork the project and add an upstream. More info.
2) Create a
feature branch from the
git checkout -b my-feature-branch develop
3) In the root there's a
setup-devenv.bat file which will use Ruby or more precisely,
Rake to download and install NuGets. Note! Since NuGet v2.0.0, you need to allow NuGet to do package restore. This is a one time setting per computer. You can edit this in Visual Studio under the menu:
Tools --> Library package manager --> Package Manager settings --> Package restore --> Allow NuGet to download...
Work, work, work...
- Please, try to keep your changes small and focused. Small commits are preferred.
- Write proper commit messages! Commit messages should be helpful to others.
- Do your work in the open. Share your ideas with the community as early as possible.
- I'm a windows guy. I want my CRLFs. Personally, I'm using
Before sending the pull request
1) Pull in changes to your
develop branch from the official repository.
git checkout develop git pull upstream/develop
2) Rebase your feature branch against develop.
git checkout my-feature-branch git rebase develop
3) Finally, merge in you feature branch to
git checkout develop git merge --no-ff my-feature-branch
Now you can do the pull request against the official develop branch. Read more about pull-requests here.