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Contributing

  1. Please sign one of the contributor license agreements below.
  2. Fork the repo, develop and test your code changes, add docs.
  3. Make sure that your commit messages clearly describe the changes.
  4. Send a pull request.

Here are some guidelines for hacking on google-auth-library-python.

Making changes

A few notes on making changes to google-auth-libary-python.

  • If you've added a new feature or modified an existing feature, be sure to add or update any applicable documentation in docstrings and in the documentation (in docs/). You can re-generate the reference documentation using tox -e docgen.
  • The change must work fully on the following CPython versions: 2.7, 3.4, and 3.5 across macOS, Linux, and Windows.
  • The codebase must have 100% test statement coverage after each commit. You can test coverage via tox -e cover.

Testing changes

To test your changes, run unit tests with tox:

$ tox -e py27
$ tox -e py34
$ tox -e py35

Coding Style

This library is PEP8 & Pylint compliant. Our Pylint config is defined at pylintrc for package code and pylintrc.tests for test code. Use tox to check for non-compliant code:

$ tox -e lint

Documentation Coverage and Building HTML Documentation

If you fix a bug, and the bug requires an API or behavior modification, all documentation in this package which references that API or behavior must be changed to reflect the bug fix, ideally in the same commit that fixes the bug or adds the feature.

To build and review docs use tox:

$ tox -e docs

The HTML version of the docs will be built in docs/_build/html

Versioning

This library follows Semantic Versioning.

It is currently in major version zero (0.y.z), which means that anything may change at any time and the public API should not be considered stable.

Contributor License Agreements

Before we can accept your pull requests you'll need to sign a Contributor License Agreement (CLA):

  • If you are an individual writing original source code and you own the intellectual property, then you'll need to sign an individual CLA.
  • If you work for a company that wants to allow you to contribute your work, then you'll need to sign a corporate CLA.

You can sign these electronically (just scroll to the bottom). After that, we'll be able to accept your pull requests.

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