Edapt - Getting Involved
There are different ways to get involved:
- File a bug - file bugs and feature requests
- Github - use Github Pull Requests to create and submit your patches
How to setup your IDE
- Get the latest Eclipse Modeling Tools for your platform.
- Download the Zip of the latest Edapt release from the download section
- In your IDE go to Preferences => Plug-In Development => API Baselines and set the unzipped Edapt release as the API Baseline.
Check out the Edapt source code from
- Import the source code and set the edapt_with_cdo.target target.
Commit Message Guidelines
We have the following commit message template:
(Bug <Bug ID> - <Bug Title>) | (TCI - <Fix>) <Commit Description>? Signed-off-by: <sign off name and email>Instructions (Please continue READING):
- TCI commits: For trivial code changes please use a TCI commit message. See list below for examples. If in doubt please discuss with reviewer.
- Normal Commits: For all other commits use a commit message starting with 'Bug'. Bug reports with Proper Titles: Before using a Bug title for a commit, committer must update the Bug title to a reasonable and descriptive title for the task they have worked on
- Commit Description: Additionally to the title, the commit message can describe briefly (2-3 sentences) how this commit fixes the bug from a technical perspective
- Multiple Commits for same bug: Of course you may use the same bug and therefore bug title for multiple commits and their message, in this case please provide a unique description
- Reviewers responsibility: The reviewer is responsible also for checking that the bug title is descriptive and reflects the committed change and that the description if any reflects the technical change
- Version Update of manifest and pom
- anonymous to inner class Conversion
- Renaming local vars, e.g. because of typos
- Externalizing strings