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Have an issue?

Before opening an issue, try the following:

Consult the documentation

See if your issue can be resolved by information in the documentation.

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Open an issue

If the documentation wasn't able to help resolve the issue and no issue already exists, please open a new issue with the following in mind:

  • Please make sure only to include one issue per report. If you encounter multiple, unrelated issues, please report them as such.
  • Be detailed. Provide backtraces and example code when possible. Provide information about your environment. e.g., Ruby version, rails version, etc.
  • Own your issue. Actively participate in the discussion and help drive the issue to closure.
  • If you resolve your own issue, please share the details on the issue and close it out. Others might have the same issue and sharing solutions is helpful.

Contributing

Contributing can be done in many ways and is not exclusive to code. If you have thoughts on a particular issue or feature, we encourage you to open new issues for discussion or add your comments to existing ones.

Pull requests

We also gladly welcome pull requests. When preparing to work on pull request, please adhere to these standards:

  • Base work on the relevant branch: 0.10-stable or 0.9-stable or 0.8-stable
  • Squash your commits and regularly rebase off master.
  • Provide a description of the changes contained in the pull request.
  • Note any specific areas that should be reviewed.
  • Include tests.
  • The test suite must pass on supported Ruby versions
  • Include updates to the documentation where applicable.
  • Update the CHANGELOG to the appropriate sections with a brief description of the changes.
  • Do not change the VERSION file.

Running tests

Run all tests

$ rake test

Run a single test suite

$ rake test TEST=path/to/test.rb

Run a single test

$ rake test TEST=path/to/test.rb TESTOPTS="--name=test_something"

Run tests against different Rails versions by setting the RAILS_VERSION variable and bundling gems. (save this script somewhere executable and run from top of AMS repository)

#!/usr/bin/env bash

rcommand='puts YAML.load_file("./.travis.yml")["env"]["matrix"].join(" ").gsub("RAILS_VERSION=", "")'
versions=$(ruby -ryaml -e "$rcommand")

for version in ${versions[@]}; do
  export RAILS_VERSION="$version"
  rm -f Gemfile.lock
  bundle check || bundle --local || bundle
  bundle exec rake test
  if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]; then
    # green in ANSI
    echo -e "\033[32m **** Tests passed against Rails ${RAILS_VERSION} **** \033[0m"
  else
    # red in ANSI
    echo -e "\033[31m **** Tests failed against Rails ${RAILS_VERSION} **** \033[0m"
    read -p '[Enter] any key to continue, [q] to quit...' prompt
    if [ "$prompt" = 'q' ]; then
      unset RAILS_VERSION
      exit 1
    fi
fi
  unset RAILS_VERSION
done