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Contributing

Support requests

The issue tracker is not the place for support requests. If you get stuck with bootstrap-datepicker, it's very likely that the fine folks at StackOverflow will be able to help you; simply describe the problem you're having and provide them a link to the repo (so they know what code you're using). Another option is to post to the bootstrap-datepicker google group.

Issues

If you've found a bug in bootstrap-datepicker, we want to know about it! However, please keep the following in mind:

  • This is not the bootstrap-datepicker from eyecon.ro. Stefan provided the initial code for bootstrap-datepicker, but this repo is divergent from his codebase. Please make sure you're using either the latest tagged version or the latest master from https://github.com/eternicode/bootstrap-datepicker/ .
  • A working example of the bug you've found is much easier to work with than a description alone. If possible, please provide a link to a demonstration of the bug, perhaps using http://jsfiddle.net/ .
  • Finally, it's possible someone else has already reported the same bug you have. Please search the issue tracker for similar issues before posting your own. Thanks!

Pull Requests

Patches welcome!

For all cases, you should have your own fork of the repo.

To submit a pull request for a new feature:

  1. Run the tests. Every pull request for a new feature should have an accompanying unit test. See the README in the tests/ directory for details.
  2. Create a new branch off of the master branch for your feature, with a name following the pattern feature/<description>, where <description> is a short description of the new feature. This is particularly helpful when you want to submit multiple pull requests.
  3. Add a test (or multiple tests) for your feature. Again, see tests/README.md.
  4. Add your new feature, making the test pass.
  5. Push to your fork and submit the pull request!

To submit a bug fix:

  1. Create a new branch off of the master branch, with a name following the pattern bug/<description>.
  2. Add a test that demonstrates the bug.
  3. Make the test pass.
  4. Push to your fork and submit the pll request!

To submit a documentation fix:

  1. Create a new branch off of the master branch, with a name following the pattern docs/<description>.
  2. Add your documentation fixes (no tests required).
  3. Push to your fork and submit the pull request!
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