This documentation is not using the current rendering mechanism and will be deleted by December 31st, 2020. The extension maintainer should switch to the new system. Details on how to use the rendering mechanism can be found here.
If you want to provide a patch for just a single bug or feature, the simplest way is to e-mail a tested patch to Oliver (see below).
If you want to help with more than one bug or feature, you’re very welcome to join the extension development team. Please create yourself an account for the bug tracker.
Before you begin to create some piece of code for this extension, please
- Read the development workflow as described above
- Get yourself the current files from the SVN repository (always work on the latest version of the files!). If you are working on more than one item, it is highly recommended to have a separate SVN tree for each task so that applying and creating patches is easy.
- Maybe it wouldn’t be wrong to contact Oliver before working - just for cross-checking.
Then do your work and check the following points:
- Make sure your code works on your local installation (test it!).
- Create a patch and either attach it to a bug report or send it to a member of the development team for this extension to give it a peer review.
- As soon as the review process is finished, we’ll take care of integrating your code to the SVN.