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Hello, and thank you for being a part of the Swarms project! Your voice matters and helps shape the direction of this project.

How to Make an Issue

Issues should be created if you see a bug or have a feature request.

Reporting a Problem

If you have any troubles installing the library or have an issue with the package itself, take the following steps (if applicable to your problem):

  1. Check out the Troubleshooting Guide for trying to fix the problem.
  2. Try to find the scope of the issue. Is it with the swarms package itself? node-usb? Something else?
  3. Create an issue make sure to include the following:
    • Descriptive title
    • Detailed description of bug or problem
    • Current setup when applicable (OS, swarms version, Crazyflie and Crazyradio firmware version, etc...)
    • Detailed instructions on how to replicate the issue

Suggesting a Feature

Similarly to reporting a problem, create an issue with a detailed title and body. This can include adding functionality to the library, enhancing documentation, and more.

Contributing Your Own Code

Want to help out? Think you can fix a problem yourself? Well go ahead! Fork the repository and create a branch with a descriptive name. After making changes, double check all linting and tests pass, and create a pull request!



This project uses TypeScript. To compile from source, run:

$ npm run ts

During development, it may be useful to automagically compile on any file changes. Do this by running:

$ npm run ts:watch


Make sure your code is formatted correctly by running:

$ npm run lint


Make sure your code passes linting and unit tests by using:

$ npm test

Generating Documentation

To automatically generate documentation with TypeDoc, run:

$ npm run docs

This will generate an /api-reference folder with a static site.

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