All the development happens on GitHub.

Outcome of discussions among maintainers and users of the software are tracked in the wiki.

Reporting bugs and suggesting new features

Feel free to use the GitHub's bug tracker to open issues.

If you are reporting a bug, please provide the following information:

  • tsrc version
  • Details about your environment (operating system, Python version)
  • The exact command you run
  • The full output

Doing so will ensure we can investigate your bug right away.

Suggesting changes

You are free to open a pull request on GitHub for any feature you'd like.

Before opening a merge request, please read the code manifesto.

Note that for your merge request to be accepted, we'll ask that:

  • You follow indications from the code manifesto
  • All existing linters pass
  • All existing tests run
  • The new feature comes with appropriate tests

See the GitHub actions workflows to see what exactly what commands are run and the Python versions we support.

Also, if relevant, you will need to:

  • update the changelog (in docs/
  • update the documentation if required

Finally, feel free to add your name in the THANKS file ;)

Checking your changes

  • Install latest poetry version.
  • Install development and documentation dependencies:
$ poetry install
  • Run linters and tests:
$ ./
$ poetry run pytest -n auto

Adding documentation

  • Follow the steps from the above section to setup your python environment
  • Launch the development server locally:
$ poetry run mkdocs serve
  • Edit the markdown files from the docs/ folder and review the changes in your browser
  • Finally, submit your changes by opening a pull request on GitHub