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How to contribute

The following are the guidelines, everyone should use to contribute to utPLSQL.
Changes are welcome from all members of the Community.

Getting Started

  1. Create a GitHub Account.
  2. Fork the utPLSQL Repository and setup your local Repository.
  3. For each change you want to make:
    • Create a new branch for your change.
    • Make your change in your new branch.
      • Although changes can be made in the master branch, it easier long term if a new branch is used.
    • Make sure your change is covered with unit tests and/or is represented in examples
    • Verify code compiles and all existing and new unit tests pass.
      • The quickest way to have a Pull Request not be accepted, is to submit code that does not compile or pass tests.
    • Commit change to your local repository.
    • Push change to your remote repository
    • Submit a Pull Request.
    • Note: local and remote branches can be deleted after pull request has been accepted.

Note: Getting changes from others requires Syncing your Local repository with Master utPLSQL repository. This can happen at any time.

Coding Standards

  • Snake case will be used. This separates keywords in names with underscores. execute_test
  • All names will be lower case.
  • Prefixes:
    • Arguments to procedures and functions will start with a_ an Example would be procedure is_valid(a_owner_name varchar2(30));
    • Object types and packages will start with ut_
    • Local variables l_
    • Global variables g_
    • Global Constants start with gc_
    • Types in packages, objects start with t_
    • Nested Tables start with tt_
  • varchar2 lengths are set in characters not bytes

New to GIT

If you are new to GIT here are some links to help you with understanding how it works.