Want to contribute? Great! Look at the wiki for potential rules to implement, or do one of your own, and implement it.
- Read this document.
- Fork the repo.
- Create a branch (
git checkout -b my-new-rule)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am "Added NoFooAllowed")
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-rule)
- Create a PR with a link to your branch
- Enjoy a coffee and wait
Source control (git & github) & building:
First, fork the repo on github. On https://github.com/beautiful-scala/scalastyle, click on the button ‘Fork’ and wait a couple of seconds. This will create your own fork of the git repo. You should always work with this repo, and create Pull Requests to the main scalastyle repo.
To clone the git repo, and check out the master branch:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<yourgithubnamehere>/scalastyle.git cd scalastyle
Scalastyle uses sbt to build. To create the distribution, run
You will need sbt 1 to build. This will compile the source code and run the tests.
Getting started with development
When you’re developing, it’s pretty much always a good idea to create a local branch and commit to that.
git branch my-great-new-checker git checkout my-great-new-checker ... # create beautiful code git commit -m "Add checker to check that my code is great."
Then, when you’ve finished, go onto github, and create a pull request so that the code can be reviewed and pulled into the Scalastyle repo.
To run the tests:
Submitting pull requests
Pull requests are always welcome. To create a pull request, go to your repo, and
Pull Request. Enter the commit details, and submit it. This will
create an issue in github for scalastyle, which will notify the maintainers. The
following things make it more likely that we will accept your pull request:
- We do Test Driven Development. Please create tests for your code.
- The pull request is a single commit. This means that there will only be one log message for the change. This makes it a lot easier for everyone. See the section on squashing.
- The code has the correct style. To check this, you can use Scalastyle.
Seriously, use the
src/main/resources/default_config.xmlto check your code.
For pull requests, please follow the guidelines in 10 tips for better Pull Requests by Mark Seemann. If you do, they are a lot more likely to get accepted.
What to work on
Please see the set of issues.