Contributing to PHP-ML
PHP-ML is an open source project. If you'd like to contribute, please read the following text. Before I can merge your Pull-Request here are some guidelines that you need to follow. These guidelines exist not to annoy you, but to keep the code base clean, unified and future proof.
You should only open pull requests against the
Please try to add a test for your pull-request. You can run the unit-tests by calling:
Before first run bootstrap script will download all necessary datasets from public repository
Time performance tests:
vendor/bin/phpbench run --report=time
Memory performance tests:
vendor/bin/phpbench run --report=memory
GitHub automatically run your pull request through Travis CI. If you break the tests, I cannot merge your code, so please make sure that your code is working before opening up a Pull-Request.
Please give me time to review your pull requests. I will give my best to review everything as fast as possible, but cannot always live up to my own expectations.
Coding Standards & Static Analysis
When contributing code to PHP-ML, you must follow its coding standards. To do that, just run:
Code has to also pass static analysis by PHPStan:
Please update the documentation pages if necessary. You can find them in docs/.
Thank you very much again for your contribution!