Small typos or grammatical errors in documentation may be edited directly using the GitHub web interface, so long as the changes are made in the source file.
- YES: you edit a roxygen comment in a
- NO: you edit an
Before you make a substantial pull request, you should always file an issue and make sure someone from the team agrees that it’s a problem. If you’ve found a bug, create an associated issue and illustrate the bug with a minimal reprex.
- We recommend that you create a Git branch for each pull request (PR).
- Look at the Travis and AppVeyor build status before and after making changes. The
READMEshould contain badges for any continuous integration services used by the package.
- We recommend the tidyverse style guide. You can use the styler package to apply these styles, but please don’t restyle code that has nothing to do with your PR.
- We use roxygen2.
- We use testthat. Contributions with test cases included are easier to accept.
- For user-facing changes, add a bullet to the top of
NEWS.mdbelow the current development version header describing the changes made followed by your GitHub username, and links to relevant issue(s)/PR(s).
Please note that the cffr project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project you agree to abide by its terms.
See rOpenSci contributing guide
for further details.
Check out our discussion forum if
- you have a question, an use case, or otherwise not a bug or feature request for the software itself.
- you think your issue requires a longer form discussion.
Email the person listed as maintainer in the
DESCRIPTION file of this repo.
Though note that private discussions over email don’t help others - of course email is totally warranted if it’s a sensitive problem of any kind.
This contributing guide is adapted from the tidyverse contributing guide available at https://raw.githubusercontent.com/r-lib/usethis/master/inst/templates/tidy-contributing.md