Contributing to GNSS-SDR
Found a bug in the code? Interested in adding a new feature or fixing a known bug? Then by all means submit an issue or pull request. If this is your first pull request, it may be helpful to read up on the GitHub Flow first. If you need a quick introduction to Git and its parlance (concepts such as repository, commit, push, pull-request, etc.), check our Git tutorial. This project adheres to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code.
The basic setup steps for a contribution to the source code are the following:
If you still have not done so, create your personal account on GitHub.
Fork the GNSS-SDR source code repository from GitHub. This will copy the whole source code repository into your personal account.
Then, clone your forked repository into your local machine, checkout the
nextbranch, branch off from it, and start working on the source code.
When your contribution is ready, head your browser to your GitHub repository, switch to the branch where your contributions are, and click the Pull Request button.
More details are available in the CONTRIBUTING.md file.
Before start working in GNSS-SDR source code, specially if you want to contribute your changes back to the upstream repository, you may be interested in having a look at our coding style guide.
Contributing to this website
Found a typo in this website? Interested in giving your thoughts on existing pages, adding a post, tutorial, new feature or enhancement?
This website itself lives in a GitHub repository. You can contribute in several ways:
Commenting (through your Google, Facebook or Twitter account, or just open a new profile at Disqus) in the boxes such as the one at the bottom of this page. Moderation will be applied only in cases of flagrant off-topic or unappropriate style (see our code of conduct).
Sharing the content in your favorite social network.
Forking this web, working on the changes in your own repository, and making a pull request.
How to run this website locally
The required software can be installed through RubyGems, which is probably already installed in your system.
$ sudo gem install jekyll
$ sudo gem install bundler
Clone your forked repository of this website and install the required dependencies:
$ git clone https://github.com/YOUR_USERNAME/geniuss-place/ $ cd geniuss-place $ bundler install
After all gems are installed, the following command will deploy the website and run a local server at http://127.0.0.1:4000/
$ bundle exec jekyll serve -w --config _config.yml,_config.dev.yml
You should see something as:
Configuration file: _config.yml Configuration file: _config.dev.yml Source: /path_to_cloned_repo/geniuss-place Destination: /path_to_cloned_repo/geniuss-place/_site Incremental build: disabled. Enable with --incremental Generating... done in 4.017 seconds. Auto-regeneration: enabled for '/path_to_cloned_repo/geniuss-place' Configuration file: _config.yml Configuration file: _config.dev.yml Server address: http://127.0.0.1:4000/ Server running... press ctrl-c to stop.
Just point your browser to that local direction in order to enjoy this website without the need of Internet connection. Some features such as comments might not work.
assets/js), you will need to install Node.js,
cdto the root of your project, and run
$ npm install to get all the dependencies. If all gone well, then running
npm run build:js will compress/concatenate
_main.js and all plugin scripts into
$ npm run build:js
in order to update the
main.js script and implement the changes on the website.
Note: If you upgraded from a previous version of the website be sure you copied over
package.json prior to running