We love pull requests which follow this protocol.
Here's a quick overview of the process (detail below):
Fork the repo.
Run the tests. We only take pull requests with passing tests, and it's great to know that you have a clean slate.
Add a test for your change. Only refactoring and documentation changes require no new tests. If you are adding functionality or fixing a bug, we need a test!
Make the test pass.
Push to your fork and submit a pull request.
At this point you're waiting on us. We may suggest some changes or improvements or alternatives. Once we approve, we will merge your branch in.
Some things that will increase the chance that your pull request is accepted, taken straight from the Ruby on Rails guide:
- Use Rails idioms and helpers
- Include tests that fail without your code, and pass with it
- Update the documentation, the surrounding one, examples elsewhere, guides, whatever is affected by your contribution
This is a Rails 3.2 application running on Ruby 1.9.3 and deployed to Heroku's Cedar stack. It has an RSpec and Turnip test suite which should be run before committing to the master branch.
Please remember this is open-source, so don't commit any passwords or API keys.
Those should go in config variables like
Fork the repo and clone the app:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:[GIT_USERNAME]/sched.do.git scheddo
Set up the app:
cd scheddo ./bin/setup
Run the server:
Check it out:
Run the whole test suite with:
Run individual specs like:
Tab complete to make it even faster!
When a spec file has many specs, you sometimes want to run just what you're working on. In that case, specify a line number:
- Two spaces, no tabs.
- No trailing whitespace. Blank lines should not have any spaces.
my_method( my_arg )or
a = band not
- Follow the conventions you see used in the source already.
And in case we didn't emphasize it enough: we love tests!
For details and screenshots of the feature branch code review process, read this blog post.