How to contribute
Whenever you start working on a bug or an issue, please mention it in the
corresponding issue on this repo. If there is not an already opened issue for
this bug, please open a MR as soon as possible (with the
mentionning it is a work in progress) to let others know you are working on
this module and fixing things.
This way, everyone is aware of the changes you are making and this avoid doing a lot of duplicate work.
Write a patch
Help yourself with the documentation.
Find an opened issue on this website, or write your own bugfix or feature. Then, once it is necessary, commit with:
$ git commit -a
Do not forget to write a helpful commit message. If you are fixing a bug in a
specific module, the first line of your commit message should read
[module_name] Description of the fix.
Check your patch
You can run these scripts to be sure your patch doesn't break anything:
$ tools/pyflakes.sh $ tools/weboob_lint.sh $ tools/run_tests.sh yourmodulename # or without yourmodulename to test everything
Perhaps you should also write or fix tests. These tests are automatically run by Gitlab CI at each commit and merge requests.
Create a merge request or send a patch
The easiest way to send your patch is to create a fork on the Weboob Gitlab and create a merge request from there. This way, the code review process is easier and continuous integration is run automatically (see previous section).
If you prefer good old email patches, just use
$ git format-patch -n -s origin
Then, send them with this command:
$ git send-email --firstname.lastname@example.org *.patch
You can also send the files by yourself if you haven't any configured MTA on your system.
Notes on merging a merge request
Few people (members of the Weboob group on this repo) have the right to merge a MR.
Anyone is welcome to review and comment pending merge requests. A merge request should in principle have at least two reviewers before getting merged.
devel repo should keep an history as linear as possible. Then,
merging a merge request should be done locally, with prior rebasing upon the
master branch and take care of using the
-ff-only merge option. Merge
requests should NOT be merged through the Gitlab UI, which would result in
an extra "merge" commit.