Please also see Development for how to setup a development environment.
To contribute to django-ca simply do a fork on on github and submit a pull request when you’re happy.
When doing a pull request, please make sure to explain what your improvement does or what bug is fixed by it and how to reproduce this locally.
This project is very rigorous about code quality standards. That means that the source code is checked with Flake8 and import order is checked with isort. Before you submit a pull request, please make sure that all tests pass by executing:
python setup.py code_quality
Naturally, I also expect the test suite to still pass. Please make sure you test in at least your local Python2 and Python3 environments:
python setup.py test
Please write tests for any new functionality. If you provide a bugfix, write a test that tests the fix, which means that the test should fail on current master and pass on your pull request.
If a function is also covered with doctests, please consider adding an example there as well, if it affects handling a parameter or something.
Generate a coverage report and make sure that your code is covered by tests.
Code coverage is not a catch all tool for “yes, this code is well-tested”. It’s a tool to catch missed spots, but you must still think for yourself about what and how to test.