In this short article you will find guideline how to contribute and work with Arquillian code.
But before we start - huge thanks for willing to help us making Arquillian better!
- JDK 1.6
- Maven (2.2.0+)
- GitHub account
- IDE of your choice (preferably with Maven support)
- Fork the one of the GitHub Arquillian's repository which you like to start working on into your own account.
- Clone the Arquillian Git Repo from your remote repo
$> git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:YourUsername/repo_name.git
- Change into the repo directory
$> cd repo_name
- Add a remote to the upstream
$> git remote add upstream email@example.com:arquillian/repo_name.git
$> git remote add upstream git://github.com/arquillian/repo_name.git
You are all done now and can starting hacking!
Perform During Development
- Ensure your local repository is up-to-date with the upstream
$> git pull upstream master
- Build and run tests, installing into the local M2 repository
$> mvn clean install
- When about to work on an issue, perform all work in a new branch named after the associated JIRA
$> git branch ARQ-XYZ $> git checkout ARQ-XYZ
- After done making changes, add any files to the staging area, and commit to the branch
$> git status
$> git add <files> -v
$> git commit -m '[ARQ-XYZ] Commit message referencing JIRA issue'
You can also use git prepare-commit-message hook which automatically prepends commit message with the branch name.
- Push the branch to your repository
$> git push origin ARQ-XYZ
- Get the changes upstream
$> git remote add username userRepoLocation $> git fetch username $> git checkout -b ARQ-XYZ remotes/username/ARQ-XYZ $> mvn clean install $> git checkout master $> git merge ARQ-XYZ $> mvn clean install $> git push origin master $> git push upstream master
- Contributor (anonymous)
New formatting rules are located at.
Before we push your change request we need your agreement on Contributor License, so if you don't have a JBoss community account yet (for JIRA, forum etc.) please create one and sign CLA for Arquillian project.
That's it. Welcome in the JBoss community!