Pull Requests are great (on the dev branch)! Readme/Documentation changes are ok in the master branch.
- Fork the Repo on github.
- If you are adding functionality or fixing a bug, please add a test!
- Add your name to AUTHORS.txt
- Push to your fork and submit a pull request to the dev branch.
My master branch is a 100% stable (should be). I only push to it after I am certain that things are working out. Many people are using Jedi directly from the github master branch.
Please use PEP8 to style your code.
If you have have previously filed a GitHub issue and want to contribute code that addresses that issue, we prefer it if you use hub to convert your existing issue to a pull request. To do that, first push the changes to a separate branch in your fork and then issue the following command:
hub pull-request -b davidhalter:dev -i <issue-number> -h <your-github-username>:<your-branch-name>
It's no strict requirement though, if you don't have hub installed or prefer to use the web interface, then feel free to post a traditional pull request.