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Best practices process for contributing to ITK.
Please see [https://github.com/InsightSoftwareConsortium/ITK/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md CONTRIBUTING.md on GitHub ].
 
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Short guide for best practices process for contributing to ITK.
 
== Step by step complete documentation provided at ==
 
How to develop new patches http://www.itk.org/Wiki/ITK/Git/Develop
 
 


== Bugs/Feature enhancements best practices guide ==
== Bugs/Feature enhancements best practices guide ==


# Determine if the contribution is already listed in the bug tracker: http://issues.itk.org
# Determine if the contribution is already listed in the bug tracker: http://issues.itk.org
# Add proposed contribution (if necessary) and assign it to yourself  (NOTE THE BUG ID link i.e. 2287)
# Add proposed contribution (if necessary) and assign it to yourself  (NOTE THE BUG ID link i.e. ITK-2287)
# Create a new branch called "BUG2287" from the updated git ITK master branch
# Create a new branch called "ITK-2287" from the updated git ITK master branch
# Make proposed changes on branch "BUG2287", thoroughly test changes, submit dashboard indicating (NOTE THE DASHBOARD link )
# Make proposed changes on branch "ITK-2287" and thoroughly test the changes
# Merge BUG2287 branch into master, commit changes with a comment that includes both the BUGID and link to dashboard indicating that the contribution introduces no new errors.
# Commit changes with a comment that includes the BUGID
# Submit the commit to ITK code review using gerrit-push
# Close the JIRA issue, and include the commit hash key as a comment when closing.
# Close the JIRA issue, and include the commit hash key as a comment when closing.


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git fetch origin
git status
git checkout master
git checkout master
git branch BUG0011074
git pullall
git checkout BUG0011074
git checkout -b ITK-2287 origin/master
vim CMakeLists.txt  # Edit to change the version number
vim CMakeLists.txt  # Edit to change the version number
git add CMakeLists.txt
git add CMakeLists.txt
git commit
git commit -m"BUG: Issue resolved for bug ITK-2287"
git checkout master
git prepush
git merge BUG0011074
git gerrit-push
git push origin
git branch -d BUG0011074
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Latest revision as of 17:28, 2 January 2019

Please see CONTRIBUTING.md on GitHub .

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Short guide for best practices process for contributing to ITK.

Step by step complete documentation provided at

How to develop new patches http://www.itk.org/Wiki/ITK/Git/Develop


Bugs/Feature enhancements best practices guide

  1. Determine if the contribution is already listed in the bug tracker: http://issues.itk.org
  2. Add proposed contribution (if necessary) and assign it to yourself (NOTE THE BUG ID link i.e. ITK-2287)
  3. Create a new branch called "ITK-2287" from the updated git ITK master branch
  4. Make proposed changes on branch "ITK-2287" and thoroughly test the changes
  5. Commit changes with a comment that includes the BUGID
  6. Submit the commit to ITK code review using gerrit-push
  7. Close the JIRA issue, and include the commit hash key as a comment when closing.

Example

To update the ITK version number, the follow process could be followed:

Create a JIRA issue stating what you want to accomplish. Assign issue to yourself.

git status
git checkout master
git pullall
git checkout -b ITK-2287 origin/master
vim CMakeLists.txt   # Edit to change the version number
git add CMakeLists.txt
git commit -m"BUG: Issue resolved for bug ITK-2287"
git prepush
git gerrit-push

Close the JIRA issue with reference to the commit hash key.

Changing commit history

Git has some powerful tools to refactor the commit history. For example,

git commit --amend

can be used to change the content or commit message from the last commit.

git rebase -i

can be used to merge incremental commits into logical units.

These can be very convenient functions, but they should only be used on a local repository before the changes have been published to a public location.