If you experience bugs or in general issues with JustCause, please file an issue report on our issue tracker.
Submit an issue¶
Before you work on any non-trivial code contribution it’s best to first create an issue report to start a discussion on the subject. This often provides additional considerations and avoids unnecessary work.
Clone the repository¶
Create a Gitub account if you do not already have one.
Fork the project repository: click on the Fork button near the top of the page. This creates a copy of the code under your account on the GitHub server.
Clone this copy to your local disk:
git clone email@example.com:YourLogin/justcause.git
Create an environment
justcausewith the help of Miniconda and activate it:
conda env create -f environment.yaml conda activate justcause
python setup.py develop
pip install pre-commit pre-commit install
JustCause comes with a lot of hooks configured to automatically help you with providing clean code.
Create a branch to hold your changes:
git checkout -b my-feature
and start making changes. Never work on the master branch!
Start your work on this branch. When you’re done editing, do:
git add modified_files git commit
to record your changes in Git, then push them to GitHub with:
git push -u origin my-feature
Please check that your changes don’t break any unit tests with:
Don’t forget to also add unit tests in case your contribution adds an additional feature and is not just a bugfix.
Add yourself to the list of contributors in
Go to the web page of your JustCause fork, and click “Create pull request” to send your changes to the maintainers for review. Find more detailed information creating a PR.
As a JustCause maintainer following steps are needed to release a new version:
- Make sure all unit tests on Cirrus-CI are green.
- Update the
- Tag the current commit on the master branch with a release tag, e.g.
- Clean up the
rm -rf dist buildto avoid confusion with old builds and Sphinx docs.
python setup.py distsand check that the files in
disthave the correct version (no
.dirtyor Git hash) according to the Git tag. Also sizes of the distributions should be less than 500KB (for bdist), otherwise unwanted clutter may have been included.
- Make sure you uploaded the new tag to Github, run
git push origin --tags.
twine upload dist/*and check that everything was uploaded to PyPI correctly.