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The following instructions describes the recommended workflow to contribute patch to Slicer code base.
If not already done, make sure to read the Slicer Coding Style Guide :-)
- 2. Make sure your fork has a git remote. Replace
jcfrwith your git login.
git remote add jcfr firstname.lastname@example.org:jcfr/Slicer.git
- 3. Create a topic named
<issuer_number>-a-descriptive-topic-name. For example:
git checkout -b 1906-uninstall-extensions-on-restart
- 4. Add a note to the issue with a link pointing to your topic. For example, see note 1906#c4578
- 5. Send an email on the slicer-developers list pointing to the reported bug. Title of the email should start with
[BUG <IssueNumber>] Title of the bug - <category>
The following diagram illustrates Slicer issue workflow:
Source: Adapted from http://www.warelab.org/blog/?p=24