If you would like to contribute to the development of dendron, checkout out the repo from github.
You can then follow the setup instructions.
- NOTE: the above setup instructions are for the dendron plugin. See the below links if you are working on a different part of Dendron:
A great place to start is with issues labelled with the size.small label on github. These are small, self contained tasks that are well suited for first time contributors.
Leave a comment in the issue if you decide to work on it. Issues that are being worked on will be assigned to a person already.
Remember that you are always welcome to ask for help inside the #dev discord channel.
VSCode Extension Development
If you're not familiar with VSCode Extension Development, have no fear. There are lots of great resources for that.
The VSCode guide to making your first extension is a great place to start.
Afterwards, you can see how specific features are implemented through the vscode extension samples library.
Pull Request Checklist
- add a test for the new feature
- make sure all the existing tests pass
- if its your first pull request to Dendron, watch out for the CLA bot that will ask you to agree to Dendron's CLA
- if its your first pull request and you're on our Discord, make sure that Kevin gives you the horticulturalist role 👨🌾👩🌾
- we follow conventional commits with the following tags
- feat: feature - introduce new functionality
- enhance: enhancement - improve existing functionality
- fix: make something not broken
- chore: backend improvements
- spike: not complete commit